14 Replies Latest reply on Mar 28, 2016 11:26 AM by RzR

    Can't boot DE3815TYBE headless?




      I have a DE3815TYBE updated to the 7/10/14 bios.  I've installed Debian 7.6 to the internal drive and everything works fine when I have a monitor connected via either the HDMI port or the VGA header.


      When I attempt to boot without a monitor attached however the system just hangs.  I've tried to log via netconsole and it doesn't even get that far.  If I boot with the monitor connected then disconnect it after everything is loaded the system runs just fine.


      I've tried a variety of kernel parameters and nothing seems to help.


      To Intel:  Does the NUC require a connected monitor (or EDID reply) in order to boot?


      Is anyone else running Debian headless?


      Thank you.