I´ll shortly recieve a Meegopad T01 32GB with Windose installed. I´ve already read a couple of articles, that installing Linux is problematic due to the device containing the Atom Z3735F intel chip running 32bit UEFI, which is barely supported in the linux world.
Can somebody tell me the status of 32bit UEFI support of Antergos?
Fedora seems to have a respin for such devices.
Also Ubuntu claims some support since 14.10. Ian Morrison has published substancial work on how to (tripple)boot the device with Android and Ubuntu 64bit by switching out the EFI bootloader file (as far as i understand it…). Link to his latest post
If it has not been tried yet with Antergos I of course offer testing with my device (once it arrives…). It would be great to make antergos one of the leading distros in this matter since more and more of such devices seem to hit the market.
EDIT: A good general description of the 32bit UEFI Baytrail issue can be found here: Link
Although its a bug description for Grub2, it summrizes the issue well.