For some time now I own a Asus T100 Laptop. It’s a nice and small machine running Windows 8. After having used it for a couple of months with Windows 8 (and 8.1) it works good. I don’t have a lot of problems with the Metro interface, as it still supports my workflow without any problems. I honestly think that this is the longest I have had a device running it’s stock software since my Windows XP machine.

#### Time for change!

As I’m a big fan of Linux, I always look for a way to install it on my devices. So I have been looking for a way to install it on my T100. Unfortunately, the new Bay Trail chip set in my T100 was lacking in Linux support on launch. In part due to the fact that its actually a tablet and not a laptop, and the layout of the hardware is different than that of a normal laptop.

For a while now I have been following the developments in the Ubuntu camp, and it is looking very good. The creation of the installation medium is still a bit of a hassle. But after having re-installed my main PC with Fedora 21, I started looking in that direction for my T100 also.

#### Enter Fedlet

Fedlet is a Fedora remix aimed at Bay Trail platforms. It was originally designed for the Dell Venue Pro 9, but it is getting more support for the T100 (Or other Bay Trail hardware). The installation instructions in particular were much more simple than what I found for Ubuntu, so I gave it a spin.

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