Hi guys, I’m running Xubuntu in my Surface Go 3 and now I want to move to Clear Linux. But I’m quite a noob and I’m facing some obstacles. The facts are these:
-Initially, from Windows 11, I created a bootable USB for Xubuntu (22.04) using Rufus. I don’t understand too much about partitions, UEFI/BIOS, etc., but the thing is that at first I used a GPT partition in Rufus and it didn’t work. It only worked when I used MBR partition option.
-I have been using Xubuntu for some time (installed the kernel for Surface from GitHub - linux-surface/linux-surface: Linux Kernel for Surface Devices), very happy, but I have noted that my PC warms too much with just a few things open.
-I heard about Clear Linux recently and its performance on Intel based hardware and decided to try it
-BUT, when I used Etcher to create the bootable, it didn’t work. It seems that I’m facing the same issue I faced with Windows when I used the GPT partition, but not sure. I couldn’t find a version of Rufus for Xubuntu either.
-I tried also mkusb, didn’t work either, but maybe just don’t know how to use it.
I think that I need to create the bootable in MBR partition, but I need some expert opinion. Can you help me?