Update: tried several different RAMs (4GB Kingston, 4GB Samsung): all the same: NUCs keep hanging
I see you have done many troubleshooting steps. While Intel has not tested and validated Intel® NUC on your Linux version, we know that other customers have successfully installed it.
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perhaps we have the same problem:
the only bios that will work is 019. But this bios has other problems (wake up on usb can not be deactivated for example) .
Thanks for post! Really seems like the same problem.
We have a working solution with BIOS 024 at the moment, but the H.264 performance is really bad with that BIOS (which is brilliant with 036).
Have you tried 024?
Thanks for your feedback.
Have you also tried to reboot without any USB device connected (via SSH)?
If yes, can you please provide the BIOS settings?
No, i did not try using SSH. I'll try and get back to you. May need some time.
Do you only see this issue with SSH or also with regular USB device?
what is the maximum uptime achieved with DE3815TYKHE ?
Are you referring to the Lifetime of the Intel® NUC Kit DE3815TYKE?