I'm trying to install Ubuntu 18.04 on a brand new Asus Zenbook UX563F: 16G RAM, i7, 512G SSD.
Though it seems to run from a USB-stick it is impossible to install because it doesn't recognize the internal SSD disk.
Any tips ?
The problem I'm facing is that when the installer shows it's first setup choices (language and keyboard), it then detects the available disks and it only sees the stick from which it booted, but not the internal disk.
From a shell:
ls /dev/sd* gives
/dev/sda being the 4G stick as the only available device
... just tried FreeBSD-12.1-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso. Running
lsdev from the install-shell gives 2 diskdevices:
- disk0 : being the 1G USB stick from which it booted
- disk1: the internal 512G SSD
but booting it, it also only shows the 1G stick