I have not found anything on the web related to 11.2 or 11.3. 11.1 is the closest I got and is also late 2013. Assuming no regressions this is the best you get:
Has anyone successfully installed Ubuntu on the new MacBook Pro (late-2013)?
See below; last blockquote.
If not, what issues have you had?
- Suspend / Resume (resumes to black screen)
If so, did you use a tutorial, which one?
- Downloaded 13.10 NON-MAC iso.
- Put it onto flash drive via unetbootin.
- Boot up with option held at startup, and select the usb drive.
- Upon installer bootup, went into advanced section and deleted all partitions.
- Created an efi boot partition at 200mb. Installer should auto set the mount point
on that partition to /boot/efi, but make sure.
- Created a normal ext4 partition mounted to /, for the system installation point.
- Continued on setup.
Thank you Conan for your lead! I have successfully installed Ubuntu
13.10 on a MacBookPro11,1 (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013). The installation went smoothly but I could not boot into Ubuntu. After
hours of trying, I finally figured it out. The following are what I
did (same steps as Conan's except Step 5):
- Download 13.10 NON-MAC iso and put it onto flash drive via Startup Disk Creator (or unetbootin).
- Boot up with OPTION key held, and select the EFI icon to boot the flash drive.
- Enter live mode (i.e. "Try Ubuntu").
- Install. Wipe out existing partitions and create new ones: i) 200MiB efi, bootable, mounted to /boot/efi; ii) 20GiB ext4, mounted to
/; iii) 8GiB swap; iv) rest ext4, mounted to /home.
After installation, fix the EFI boot order (The EFI BootOrder was 0080 but ubuntu was listed as Boot0000*).
sudo apt-get install efibootmgr sudo efibootmgr ## display boot order information
sudo efibootmgr -o 0 ## set boot order to 0000 first
sudo restart -r now
Edit grub configuration file
/etc/default/grub (one line):
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="libata.force=noncq" and then 'sudo update-grub'
- Install kernel 3.12. Thanks, kjano!
- Fix speakers (following https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/1247475). Thanks, kjano!
(There is no need of rEFIt or rEFInd or boot-repair. I wasted hours
trying various options of boot-repair to no avail.)