I'm new here. Just started with KaOS to test kde plasma on my intel based tablet. The only problem is that my tablet has a intel baytrail processor and those tablets have a 32bit uefi. Is there a way to change the iso so it's possible to boot on a device with 32bit uefi?
AFAIK, that is an ARM system, so not compatible at all with KaOS (64 bit only, no ARM, no 32 bit).
No it's a x86-64bit processor. Only the uefi is 32-bit. See arch wiki about this: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Unified_Extensible_Firmware_Interface#UEFI_firmware_bitness
As I suspected, this is a 32bit depending addition:
KaOS (as already stated) is 64bit only, there is no 32bit toolchain:
I managed to boot it on my Dell venue 11 and BQ tesla2 with the help of this project: https://github.com/ElXreno/archlinux-bootia32
I changed the build.sh and grub.cfg to match the usb-label and the KaOS directory structure of the usb boot disk.
On the dell venue 11 it booted fine to the desktop although I didn't have wifi. On the BQ Tesla2 I got to the login screen but the desktop wouldn't show up, only a black screen.