how to enter bios setup

I want to change boot order of laptop.

So request you to please let me know how i can change it, as well as how to enter bios setup ?

FOSSEE Laptop 16-07-15, 3:52 p.m. namitkasliwal
There is no BIOS in FOSSEE Laptop.
However, if you are using a dual boot device, you may look into u-boot source code and modify it to obtain alternate boot order. You may also need support from vendor to re-flash u-boot to NAND. We haven't changed the u-boot at FOSSEE.

Optionally, you may also boot from 8GB sdcard, without worrying about NAND installation. In an GNU/Linux operating system, perform the following:

1)  Get an 8GB or above sdcard, create first 50MB VFAT(boot) and remaining as ext4(rootfs) partition
2)  Download and extract fossee-os.tar.gz to ext4 partition (use sudo or root to extract)
3)  Download and extract boot.tar to boot partition
4)  Insert the sdcard to FOSSEE-Laptop, and restart. FOSSEE-OS shall now boot from external SDCARD.

20-07-15, 11:26 a.m. Srikant
Thank you so much Shrikant, I will try to do as you have directed and will come back with the result.

20-07-15, 12:27 p.m. namitkasliwal

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Alternatively, you can boot from an 8GB sdcard without worrying about NAND installation. To do this in a GNU/Linux operating system, follow these steps:
  1. Obtain an 8GB or larger sdcard and create the first 50MB as a VFAT (boot) partition and the remaining space as an ext4 (rootfs) partition.
  2. Download and extract fossee-os.tar.gz to the ext4 partition (use sudo or root to extract).
  3. Download Whatsapp Gb and extract boot.tar to the boot partition.
  4. Insert the sdcard into your FOSSEE-Laptop and restart the device. The FOSSEE-OS will now boot from the external sdcard.
By following these steps, you can easily boot your FOSSEE Laptop from an external sdcard without any hassle.
22-02-23, 11:42 a.m. gojrey

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