I tried to install Linux, but it seems that I am using an SSD in m.2 and Linux does not recognize the SSD.Is there any solution?
The model is XPS 13 Platinum.
@sayuri's comment seems to have solved this question.Regarding the content on the external site, I will quote it as an answer.(Some images may not be displayed, but it was displayed successfully by changing to the English version -- as of May 1, 2019)
When booting Ubuntu 14.04/15.04 media on a system with only PCIe-based m2 drives, the installer may not be able to detect the hard drive (typically, the installer only searches /dev/sdx by default).
NOTE: The user must access the system BIOS (F2 at boot) and change the SATA setting to AHCI.The drive is still not detected after this change.Users should follow these steps:
Add the following kernel arguments at startup:
keyboard prompt appears, press F12.
At startup, add the following kernel arguments:
Press F12 when prompted.
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