just tried on my lp enhanced. made yakkety yak image using rufus 2.9. 4gb micro sd in usb adapter. usb plugged in to usb3 host. pressed f7 on boot. this is the result you want. it actually booted automatically in to lubuntu when i tried.That doesn't work for me, the 'pick for a list' thing is not happening:
the EFI shell shouldn't be necessary. (fyi you can scoll though the help text using pgup and pgdn)The list shows what you can select in the bios boot order (doesn't seem to work) yet if I select the shell (since the other two choices just end up booting the LP OS) I get a list with a count down, I abort the count down by enter a key but then what? I tried help but it scrolls off the screen. I can see that fs1 is the removable device I need but mounting it does nothing.
i will pass this on to be rectified. thanks for your feedback.The DOCS page refers to the fact 'it should boot' which is useless, any time there is a 'should' while describing a process there 'should' also be a statement covering what to do when 'should' doesn't happen. This is basic tech speak which does not seem to happen at LP.
this is really beyond our control.I tried downloading the Lubuntu Yakkety Yak Image, it appears the download site is a bit overloaded, 2 hours for less than a GB? I downloaded Ubuntu x_86 desktop in 10 minutes.
i suspect that this might be down to a bios setting, will pass on to engineers to investigate further. have you been able to test whether usbs work within the system?I have the 2/32 LP so I downloaded the x_386 version, used rufus to write the image but nothing I do will make the LP boot from USB. I can take the Ubuntu 16.04 386 rufus created USB and boot from it on every PC I own but the LP.