This document describes how to get a NUC up and running with Fuchsia.
You need the following:
This table shows some example parts you can get from Amazon.
|NUC||B01MSZLO9P||Get a NUC7 (Kaby Lake) or NUC6 (Skylake) for GPU support.|
|SSD||B01IAGSDJ0||Works fine. You only need one of these SSDs.|
|HDMI Cable||B014I8SIJY||Works fine.|
|Keyboard||B00B7GV802||Works fine. It also includes a mouse.|
|USB 3.0 drive||B01BGTG41W||Works fine.|
NUCs don’t come with RAM or an SSD, so you need to install them.
Follow the instructions to install the RAM and SSD on the NUC:
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 Step 3.
Replace bottom and screw feet back in.
Plug power, ethernet cable, HDMI, and keyboard into the NUC.
Plug the other end of the ethernet cable into your build workstation or the router/switch that connects to your build workstation.
Press F2 while booting to enter BIOS.
In the Boot Order window on the left, click the Legacy tab.
Uncheck ‘Legacy Boot’.
Advanced button and confirm the following boot configuration:
USBthe first entry in the boot order.
Boot Network Devices Last.
Unlimited Network Boot Attempts.
USB boot devices.
UEFI PXE & iSCSI.
Secure Boot tab and uncheck
Press F10 to save the changes and exit BIOS.
Note: Network booting only works with the NUC's built-in ethernet, netbooting via USB-ethernet dongle is unsupported.
If you want to remotely manage the device, see Remote Management for NUC.
fx set. For example
fx set core.x64.
fx mkzedboot /path/to/usb/disk.
lsblkon the device. Take note of the HDD or SSD's block device path.
install-disk-image init-partition-tables --block-device <BLOCK_DEVICE_PATH>on the device to wipe and initialize the partition tables on the NUC. Use the block device path from the previous step.
fx serveon your workstation to install Fuchsia on the NUC.