On Sat, 2017-08-05 at 08:37 +0800, Jesse Steele wrote:
> Generally, installing Ubuntu on 32 bit machines has been no problem.
> However, different 64 bit motherboard manufacturers have different
> native BIOS settings, many of which create problems for installing and
> booting to Ubuntu.

Maybe you can give some examples of what kinds of problems you mean.

I've been running GNU/Linux distributions of all types exclusively on
64bit systems for probably 15 years or more and I've NEVER found a
motherboard or BIOS that gave me any problems.  Your message sounds like
many motherboards won't work with Linux and you have to search carefully
to locate a compatible one.  That's definitely not been my experience.

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