sudo dmidecode -s system-product-name Macmini5,1
I have the newest available Mac Mini at time of this writing.
Installation of Ubuntu 11.04 and 11.10 goes ok only bluetooth and wireless is not working.
Currently I'm running 11.04 as according to: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Macmini4-1/Maverick#Wireless To get bluetooth working I need to install btusb-dkms which is not available from ppa in 11.10 yet.
This have not gotten my bluetooth to function however.
As the new Mac Mini is based on i5 and sandy bridge and not the old Intel core 2 duo tech, I tried following some of the new Macbook Air guides without luck as well.
The Wireless is not displayed at network-manager and unfortunately I do not know how to figure out what driver I need for that, so if anyone can be helpful with that I will gladly post any output of any commands here.
My main concern is the wireless, as for some reason the bluetooth keyboard and mouse works without OS interference for now probably because it was linked from OS X before ubuntu was installed.
Any help or guidance will be greatly appreciated.
Update nov 7th:
Kernel 3.1 supports bluetooth out of the box. The wireless broadcom b43 is still not working.
There are different hacks to the kernel to get wireless working but I have not had any success with any of them.