How to get stable behavior for Up2 with Win10 or Ubuntu?
I likely bought one of the first Up-Squared board (4Gb 32 Gb UPS-APLP4). I did not have time to set it up (a long time) until this week. I am having all sorts of problems with it. I lost confidence in it, and I am seeking assistance from superusers like you. I tried Win10 (the latest version Nov 2019). Sometimes it installs ok, but I have to use the regedit to change the setup/status to 3 to continue with the setup. Win10 Setup keeps saying "The Computer Restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error." When Win10 finally installs, the drivers for Win10 provided by Up2 simply do not work. It seems to me it makes the system more unstable. The graphics driver is a waste of time. It crashes Win10 all the time. I spent 3 days installing Win10 (likely 20 times on the eMMC or on an M.2) and read/watched many videos online. I gave up on Win10. I installed Ubuntu. It does install ok, but it is impossible to follow the wiki guidelines. Ubuntu installs Kernel 5 and it is nearly impossible to go back to Kernal 4.15 as suggested in the wiki, which needs some update. The "sudo apt-get autoremove --purge 'linux-.*generic'" simply does not work. Ubuntu works better than Win10, though, it seems more stable, but in the end, it is also unreliable. Up2 blips (sudden crash, almost like a loss of power), then boots up again. I wonder if anyone is being able to use this Up2 reliably and for a long period of time. If you have suggestions, I will be pleased to read/hear it. Thanks.