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The purpose is not to duplicate the Debian Official Documentationbut to document how to install Debian on some specific hardware.
Detect hard drives: OK Configuration required Affected by bugs Requires non-free driver and or firmware Error Couldn't get it working Not tested or BayTrail PMIC device tested Unsupported no driver [-] Not applicable Important Notes The information and procedures contained in this page are mostly for the TTA model, they might not apply for other models. See BayTrail PMIC device Asus XTA as it has a similar hardware. Unresolved hardware bugs as of June Unfortunately the hardware of this machine is not yet fully supported, this is the list of the major issues still unresolved: Because of these issues, it might be useful to later install newer kernels and firmwares if any from the Debian backports repositories.
During installation and until you have configured Grub as described below, you need to manually apply this parameter at each boot!
Both in Grub and before launching the Debian installer, you can do this by pressing e after selecting the entry you want to boot and then adding the parameter at the end of the "linux As a partial BayTrail PMIC device, brightness BayTrail PMIC device be changed with xrandr provided by xxserver-utils but without reducing power consumption: Useful for overly bright or overly dim outputs. However, this is a software only modification, if your hardware has support to actually change the brightness, you will probably prefer to use xbacklight.
The syntax is: It does not require the driver provided by xserver-xorg-video-intelthis package can be uninstalled. The touchscreen is identified as BayTrail PMIC device Expert points.
- Mfd: Intel SoC Power Management IC 
- Intel adds Rohm PMIC to Atom processor support – My blog
- I2c-designware: Intel BayTrail PMIC I2C bus support - Patchwork
- Intel adds Rohm PMIC to Atom processor support
- Overall Status in Debian 10 "Buster"
Jun 2, 1: In reply BayTrail PMIC device Salome Ramirez Carrion: As for reference material the Intel reference design should provide a good starting point. Jun 2, 6: In reply to Chase Maupin: So E is neither CR cost-reduced or type T tablet.
CR is a subset of the T. Do we know if the SND will be compatible with this family of processors? Other support forums.
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From Intel: From ROHM: Block Diagram. Based on the Silvermont microarchitecture, these devices are fabricated PMIC for Intel Bay Trail I Platforms Atom™ processor E family. I BayTrail PMIC device the SND is compatible with the Cherry Trail devices but Intel only has the SND on the reference design for Bay Trail CR.