Intel NUC J3455 Linux Support Ubuntu/Linux Mint Issues

I get the following error "Installer Crashed" on 18.1 MATE 64-bit when installing by NFS/PXE.  Yet it was able to at least detect and use my NIC (perhaps the driver was only activated because of PXE/NFS being used)?

When using 18.1 Cinnamon on CD the NIC does not work but the installer did succeed.  However it doesn't work right, I can't login graphically and get some Cinnamon OOM error but how can this be with 8GB of RAM straight from login?


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