Also see this guys post where he got his Chuwi Hi10 working using it... viewtopic.php?f=49&t=227346&p=1278169#p1245977
Also keep in mind if you are thinking of buying one of these and do not care about touch-screen, Chuwi now has a notebook out that uses an Apollo Lake Celeron chip and I am guessing will have less problems running various Linux distro`s. Chuwi Lapbook 14 : https://techtablets.com/2017/02/deals-c ... -14-1-247/
d4v3 wrote:hello guys,
i thinking about buying an Chuwi Hi10 Pro 2 (http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_580292.html with intel cherry trail x5-z8350)
the problem is i dont want to use android or windows. so it has to work with linux. i would prefer archlinux but linux mint or some ubuntu flavour would also be fine.
my question is: do the following things work ?
(i don't mind if i have to compile drivers or use the newest kernel or such things, some hacking around is no problem, but im not a developer guy)
-power saving options and battery stats
there is no thread where i can find what actually works and what does not work.
maybe someone of you would be so kind and give me a quick overview?