1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 20, 2017 10:43 AM by Intel Corporation

    5K on Skull Canyon


      I have a Dell 27" 5K monitor; and a Startech Thunderbolt 3 Adapter; which gets thunderbolt in; so I can connect the NUC
      via the Thunderbolt connector, and then I can connect the monitor via dual DisplayPort cable.


      This works well for Windows, but it does not for Linux.


      Why cannot Intel make a driver for this to work?

      This is the Highest End product from Intel, and the highest End Operating System is Linux.

      So I am puzzeled why it is not supproted.





      StarTech. com tb32dp2 – Thunderbolt: Amazon.de: Elektronik

        • 1. Re: 5K on Skull Canyon
          Intel Corporation
          This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

          Hello awb99,
          Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
          I’m sorry that you haven’t been able to make this work with Linux*.
          Please bear in mind that Intel validate these NUCs with Windows® and Intel has not validated Linux* for this unit. We recommend you use the latest kernel. If you need assistance with Linux* on Intel NUC, check your distro's website and forums for peer assistance.
          Please check Linux* Support for Intel® NUC
          The available Linux drivers for Intel graphics are available at the Intel Open Source Technology Center.