32-bit Ubuntu does not include uefi support, so we need to use the x64 iso and add bootia32.efi to the livecd.
1)Download Ubuntu 14.10 x64 iso and burn to usb drive using Unetbootin or Ubuntu Startup Disk Creator.
2)Download and extract bootia32.efi(or build it...instructions coming soon)
3)Copy bootia32.efi to your newly burned Ubuntu 14.10 usb drive in the following directory:
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4)Insert usb drive into Meegopad-T01 and tap F7 while booting to select the usb drive.
5)Enjoy seeing Ubuntu run!
Note: At this time the Ubuntu installer will not properly install the 32-bit efi, so more work is required after installing.