Does anyone know why it is that Ubuntu Linux does not work with RSTOptane storage technology? This is Intel’s Rapid Storage Technology that allows the NVMe M.2 storage devices to run roughly 6 to 10 times faster than conventional SSDs. When I went to install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on my Acer Aspire laptop which has an NVMe M.2 storage device as the hard drive, the installer stopped the process and reported that Ubuntu could not be installed on this technology hard drive. As a result, I had to go into my UEFI setup and switch the SATA Mode from RSTOptane to AHCI to install Ubuntu.
MS Windows works just fine using RSTOptane. I would like to know if anyone has an explanation for this. Thanks.