I own an Intel Joule 57xx device which has an internal eMMC storage. When I try to install Batocera on it through the installation option within the OS, it doesn't detect the eMMC drive and lists it in the menu.
I've tested the installation option by using an external usb drive (just to make sure the network connection works, and that the installation process works from the USB flash drive).
Since I want to use the device as a dedicate arcade machine, I've already tested several OSs on it successfully.
I've installed Ubuntu 16.04+EmulationStation followed by Lakka - both detected the internal eMMC drive, and the installation (+booting) was straight forward.
Does anyone have any trick in his\her sleeve that could help Batocera "see" this drive and use it?
Maybe it's a feature that worked better on previous versions?
Batocera is definitely a superior OS IMO from speed and simplicity perspectives, so I'l keep using a usb thumb drive if needed - but booting it even faster from eMMC and freeing a USB socket sounds like a upgrade for my setup.
Any help\suggestions will be welcomed.