This article provides information about "Loading Ubuntu on Systems Using PCIe M2 Drives."
When booting to the Ubuntu 14.04 / 15.04 media on a system that only has a PCIe based m2 drive. You may see that the Installer cannot locate a hard drive (the installer only looks for /dev/sdx by default) (Figure 1).
Add the following kernel argument at boot time:
The NVME drive is now available in the installer (Figure 5):
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Article ID: SLN299303Last Date Modified: 05/22/2020 04:46 PM