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Please bear in mind that officially, Windows® 10 64bit is supported on this Intel® NUC.
See the list of supported operating systems
Additionally, you could try contacting the Ubuntu community for LAN and WiFi driver availability
This is one of the unfortunate things that happens when using Linux on brand new hardware. The existing Linux distributions do not have the drivers necessary to support the hardware - and it can sometimes be months before updated distributions are generated. The normal approach to fixing this (ahead of these new distributions being created) is to download and install updated Kernel and Driver releases that do support the hardware. Check what's available in the Ubuntu Linux forums...
Hope this helps,
thank you for your quick answers. I suggested the new NUCs were already supooted... so far Ubuntu's been working but pretty useless without network connectivity.
I'll search the forums and look for the drivers. As the NUC is just for a few days of testing I hope the support will be given when the i5 version I'm looking for is available.
Ich bin auf das gleiche Problem gestoßen. Mit Ubuntu 16.10 funktioniert alles.
Läuft... man muss den Kernl updaten und dann sind alle Netzwerkgeräte (LAN, WLAN) verfügbar.