so im currently deling wiht this, ive had a mini 910 offand on for years, I came across one, and he ssd was toast, and I couldn't afford another, o so I sacrificed a USB port, desoldered and soldered in a small female half of a USB extension cable in ,and routed it to the wlan bay un used, i got a 32gb USB drive, and installed ubuntu from another USB drive, its maxed at 2gb ram, and i know it can only see 64 HDD, it ran great for a long time, and then got a replacement and kicked around in a closet for a while, it resurfaced, and my 2 year old son loves it, he's super advanced has a tablet, and was stoked when he saw it, like mine, my size mine, lol and we were doing the ABC on the kyb, and he was stoked, carrying it around and pretending to type like dad and mom doo, - this kids already riding a 2 wheeler without training wheels, rock climbing and doing things 4 yr olds do, speech and logic and memory, etc, i swear this kids gonna be riding a 50cc dirt bike and coding by the time he's 5 yr old, lol watch out world,
anyways, i wanted to run ubuntu and tried the new v 20, i found that it doesn't work for the 910 but requires the IoT version that now runs the atom N CPUs,
before the regular ubuntu 14 worked fine, but 20 does not,
- I'm downloading 20 IoT now, and ill see if it takes and runs any better, it is supposedly lighter and meant for smaller setups, so it may breathe some live in the 910 once more,
, idk i thought some of you would like my USB hack workaround and repurpose of the 910 minis, that initially was sold for ubuntu and is one the only systems that i know of that came OEM with ubuntu and was designed for it,
- I know this is another thread question, but does anyone know of any ubuntu coding games for kids, toddlers, boolean logic gates, and that kind of thing?