The Atomic Pi is a surplus x86 based SBC, and comes with LUbuntu pre-installed. However, on mine, the audio didn't work until I ran LUbuntu 19.19 via a LiveUSB. Now I want to install it.
I'm used to have to choose "try" or "install" in the boot menu, but I don't see that, it just boots to the desktop. On the desktop, there's an "install Lubuntu" icon, which starts a wizard, which is very promising.
However, a few steps in, there's an option to configure partitions. In various OS installers, I usually see an "automatic" option somewhere where it takes over the whole disk and sets it up the way it wants. There is only a manual option. I can mark the partitions on the eMMC for deletion, but I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do next.
Is there an automatic install option? If not, how should I use this wizard to set up LUbuntu?
I'm using "lubuntu-19.10-desktop-amd64.iso", which I used Rufus 3.8p to image it to a USB stick.