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There's a guide on how to do this on the Ubuntu homepage: Launch 'Disk Utility' (Applications → Utilities → Disk Utility). Insert your blank DVD. Drag and drop your .iso file to the left pane in Disk Utility. Now both the blank disc and the .iso should be listed. Select the .iso file, and click on the 'Burn' button in the toolbar. Ensure that the 'Verify ...
You are right, Macs only boot using EFI, and Ubuntu 12.04 does only bring EFI support in 64bit edition, but according to this german blog post, you can still do it by carrying out the following steps: Format your flash drive to a FAT file system Download http://www.bloggerholiker.de/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/ISO-2-USB-for-EFI.zip create a efi folder on ...
This says, you have to edit /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf file.But the lines inside that file says, # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE, your distribution will likely overwrite # it when updating. Copy (and rename) this file into # /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d first. # Additional options may be added in the form of # Option "OptionName" "value" So don't do ...
I have spent a couple of weeks benchmarking some linux distros like Mint with cinnamon desktop environ. Ubuntu, the new debian 7.4 Fedora CentOS elivecd And I have Elivecd installed because the full support of the mac hardware, i.e. WiFi chipset, and elive works pretty fluently.
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