Earlier this year Lenovo released the Yoga laptops 900 and 900S, two transformers, the characteristics of which were given only a single operating system — Windows 10 from Microsoft. Of course, it caused a storm of indignation on the part of Linux users, and in response, the Chinese vendor announced the imminent release of both versions of mobile PC running Linux.
Not long ago, laptops Lenovo Yoga 900 and 900S got a BIOS update that allows you to download them on Linux by integrating support AHCI mode. This update is not officially supported, which is very strange, and if something goes wrong, the responsibility will lie exactly on the user. On the other hand, nothing could be easier, especially for experienced linuksoida than installing the OS on a computer with the support of the necessary AHCI mode, and if not, you can always try to find the trick with installing Linux on another PC, removing the image and its unpacking of the laptop.
What is important, the install BIOS firmware and then Linux on a Lenovo Yoga 900 and 900S will not affect the warranty on both laptops, at least at the moment, the manufacturer officially reassures buyers that. Total, the only difficulty that you might face when running under Linux is the lack of touch screen support, but it’s the little things.
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