This document describes how to get a NUC up and running with Fuchsia.
You’ll need the following:
- USB 3.0 Drive
- m.2 SSD
- Monitor that supports HDMI
- HDMI cable
- ethernet cable
- Magnetic tip phillips head screwdriver.
This table shows what I bought from Amazon.
|NUC||B01MSZLO9P||Get a NUC7 or NUC6 for gpu support.|
|SSD (Only need one,||B01IAGSDJ0||Works fine.|
|I bought some of each)||B00TGIVZTW||Works fine.|
|Keyboard and Mouse||B00B7GV802||Works fine. Next time I'd get a keyboard with a smaller foot print.|
|HDMI Cable||B014I8SIJY||Works fine.|
|USB 3.0 drive||B01BGTG41W||Works fine.|
NUCs don’t come with RAM or an SSD so you need to install them.
- Remove the phillips screws in the bottom feet of the NUC.
- Install the RAM.
- Remove the phillips screw that will hold the SSD in place (phillips screwdriver with magnetic tip is useful here).
- Install the SSD.
- Screw the SSD in place using screw from 3.
- Replace bottom and screw feet back in.
1.(Optional) Apply fuchsia logo.
- Plug power, ethernet, HDMI, keyboard, and mouse into NUC.
- Reboot NUC.
- Press F2 while booting to enter BIOS.
- In the Boot Order window on the left click the Legacy tab.
- Uncheck ‘Legacy Boot’.
- Press the X in the top right to leave the BIOS. Ensure you save before exiting.
In addition to enabling EFI, you may need to disable secure boot.
- Follow the getting started guidelines
- Plug in your USB key to your build workstation
- Identify the path to your USB key by running
- Create a Zedboot USB by running
fx mkzedboot /path/to/usb/disk
- Plug the Zedboot USB key into the NUC and boot it
fx paveon your workstation
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