Compatible x86 machines

Can you please explain this in detail? I have intel nuc that will not boot up to USB Drive.

Brand: Acer Aspire One
Model D255
Atom Intel Atom N450 / 1.66 GHz
bootable usb

Hi which output are you using for digital audio? I tried to get my white MacBook working with Volumio but could not get the headphone socket digital output to work or be recognised, have you an6 advice please?

Thank you

Take the version from this thread: Volumio X86/ Debian Buster debugging party (BETA) - #205 by sucama, you need to go back to the first post.
And continue your questions from there.
We are very close to a complete new version, x86_386 and x86_amd64.
With the version you find in the mentioned thread you should have more hardware support and will allow me to help further.

This is also valid for people with other failing devices like wifi, eth, usb etc.

Hi thank you. My MacBook has a core 2 duo intel which is 64 bit. Does this help?

please, in the other thread. This one us meant for reporting compatible machines.

Brand: Yukyung
Model: Viliv S5
CPU: Intel Atom Z520
Chipset: (unknown)
Running from local HDD
Image version: volumio-2.878-2021-04-21-x86.img

Touch screen and integrated wifi/bluetooth not working

In case you are interested, try the Volumio 3 beta from a usb stick, touch screens should work with that.

Thanks. Unfortunately Atom Z520 supports 32-bit only so I would not be able to try the Volumio 3 beta. :smile:

P.S. actually I think it is unlikely to work for my machine as the touch screen is implemented using a P/S 2 interface, as far as I know there is no working Linux driver0

Brand: HP
Model: Notebook x2 Detachable 10-p015nz
Booting from: emmc and usb
Intel Atom x5-Z8350 1.44-1.92 GHz quad core processor, 2 W (baytrail)
Onboard sound: Intel SST Audio Device (WDM) with rt5640 codec
Speakers and headphones, automatic switching.
Confirmed image version: 3.101

Booting UEFI (no legacy bios)

Hardware: Giada F210
Processor - Intel® Atom™ x5-z8350
Chipset - Integrated into CPU

GPU - Intel® HD Graphics
Microsoft® DirectX® 11
1x VGA, 1x HDMI
Memory - Onboard DDR3L high speed Memory

HDD - Onboard eMMC 8G/32G
1x mSATAII Port for SSD, 1x TF card Slot
Realtek® High Definition Audio
Digital audio via HDMI connector
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM) with es8316 codec (not working yet)
1x Audio out&Mic in jack on the front panel

Model: MSI MS-163C (VR601) Laptop(Pentium Dualcore)
Booting From: HDD, USB
Sound Card: Creative x-fi usb 5.1
Volumio 2.916

Brand: Dell
Model: Wyse 3040
Intel Atom X5-Z8350, Quad core 1.44GHz. < 5W power consumption
10/100/1000Mb Rj45 ethernet
3 x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0
2 x DisplayPort,
Onboard audio: HDMI, Intel SST Audio Device (WDM) with Realtek RT5672 codec.
1 x composite audio jack: headphone/ mic
(mic unsupported by Volumio)
Volumio 3.179

Recommended WiFi dongle: TP-Link Archer T3U.

Dell E5440 (I3, I5, I7), Booting from SSD/HDD/USB
Dell Inspiron 3180, Booting from eMMC/USB, WL working (No Fan’s)

Brand: Chuwi
Model: Larkbox Pro Mini PC
Intel Celeron J4125 4 GB RAM, 128GB eMMC
LAN: no
Wireless: 2.4G/5G, 802.11a/ac/b/g/n Wi-Fi Networking,Bluetooth 5.1
Storage: free m.2 SSD socket

Works with Volumio 3.179, but not to be recommended…
Would have been a nice setup without this annoying and fairly loud fan, pity!

Hi, could you tell me please where can I find a step-by-step procedure? I have the same Acer D255 but the installation procedure stops after login + password.

Thank you

Model: CQ2012D
Intel Atom D330

Hi I can’t find any answers or solutions about installing pc and booting ssd. It can boot from internal ssd if i intall the program like usb because I want use my fanless pc like core can i do it or it can be.

Brand: Intel
Model: Intel powered classmate PC
Chipset: Intel Atom N450 (Pinetrail) @ 1.6Ghz (TDP:5.5W)
Ram: 2GB (ddr2)
Audio: Integrated Intel HDA Line Out (Conexant CX20582)
Boot from: Usb and Internal SSD (SanDisk P4 8GB)
Confirmed Image Version: 3.324 (x86_64)
Kernel: 5.10.112-volumio
Lan: Integrated JMicron JMC260 PCI Express Fast Ethernet
Wlan: Realtek RTL8191SEvB

Volumio works great as a headless unit on this baby (No UI out of the box, just tty and ssh).
Kernel detected i915 graphics and eturbotouch Touchscreen.
Steps to make it work, ssh to volumio:

Install Xorg intel driver (sudo apt install xserver-xorg-video-intel)
Create Xorg conf ( /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-my.conf)

Section "Device"
        Identifier  "Card0"
        Driver      "intel"

Create udev rules for touchscreen (/etc/udev/rules.d/91-libinput-eturbotouch-local.rules)

ACTION==“add|change”, KERNEL==“event[0-9]*”, ENV{ID_VENDOR_ID}==“22b9”,

Final Result with Now Playing Plugin: