Cannot enable Linux

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Please describe the problem you’ve encountered in detail:

  • Description: I just installed fydeOS on an old laptop. When I went to enable Linux, it said it wasn’t supported. Virtualization and VT-d are enabled. Can anyone help?

:computer:System & Device Information

Device: Fujitsu Lifebook A572/E

  • Hardware & System Configuration:
    • Processor:Intel Core i5-3320M
    • Graphics Card(Please specify if there’s a discrete graphics card): Intel HD Graphics 4000, integrated GPU.
    • RAM:4GB
    • FydeOS Version: 17.1, Platform 15437.74.17.4
  • Relevant System Logs:
    • Open the Chromium browser and enter /var/log/messages to retrieve logs.
    • Log Details:

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describe what error it is showing

It says something like “Linux isn’t supported on this fydeOS device”. When I go to the Developer Options in Settings, the “Enable” button is greyed out.

@N112 hello?

sorry but i think ur processor is the problem it has only 2 cores and outdated till today(2012)
i also have a 2016 cpu, in mine too the linux system dont work but it shows error like download failed or start failed not ur sustem is unsupported so i think u can just use android subsystem with playstore(hope it works for u).

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and if u think ur cpu is not a problem try installing fydeos16.1 or reinstall 17.1

OK, thanks.