Steven SullivanSteven Sullivan - 23rd January 2018

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Hey guys,

Quick one for your here. I recently had problems installing Elementary OS on my Ezbook 3 Pro. The ISO file is below!

After using isorespin.sh on the ISO for 0.4.1 Loki, it finally worked and I could boot into Elementary OS!

Click here to download the new ISO (Google Drive). Just burn it to a USB (I used the dd command in Linux) and boot from that USB.

Note: Use at your own risk, I don’t offer support.

Extra Note: the touchpad doesn’t really work – use a USB mouse.

 

How to install Elementary OS on an Jumper Ezbook 3 Pro

If you prefer you can repeat the steps I did. Just follow them:

  1. Boot into Linux on another machine with at least 15GB of free space. You can also use a virtual machine which won’t be covered here.
  2. Once in Linux, download the isorespin.sh script to your Linux machine.
  3. Now download the Elementary OS ISO from their website.
  4. Run the Terminal and sudo su
  5. Now install the dependencies: apt -y install bc curl klibc-utils iproute2 genisoimage dosfstools squashfs-tools rsync unzip wget findutils xorriso
  6. Make the isorespin.sh script read/writable: chmod 777 isorespin.sh
  7. Run the isorespin.sh script: isorespin.sh -i elementaryos-0.4.1-stable.20170814.iso --apollo
  8. Once it’s finished, it will tell you it has done successfully.
  9. Now use dd in Linux to burn it to the USB (you need to find out what the path of your USB is first): dd if=linuxium-apollo-elementaryos-0.4.1-stable.20170814.iso of=/dev/<USB DEVICE> bs=4M
  10. Now boot that USB and viola!

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