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Install rEFInd. rEFInd is a boot manager that will allow you to choose between Mac OS X, Linux, Windows, and other operating systems when you boot your computer. Partition your Mac. Boot and install Linux. Source: http://www.howtogeek.com/187410/how-to-install-and-dual-boot-linux-on-a-mac/ and ...


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Due to the recent fixes for the Badlock Samba vulnerability, and many of the changes necessary to address it, there are a large number of regressions. This is one of the things hit by the regressions as a result of the fix. (It is not likely a case of your configuration being wrong) There is a bug open on this on Launchpad, but as of yet there is no fix. ...


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Macbooks are well supported in 16.04. See the MacBook page on the Ubuntu Wiki. You can also look at the MacBookAir page. UEFI has been well-supported by GRUB and Ubuntu since 12.x release. Although I guess only 64-bit will work.


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As far as im aware there isn't any software to administer GPO (Group Policy Objects) from a mac and requires windows. One way would be to install Vmware Player and install a windows machine inside of that and use it to administer users and GPO's. Underneath active directory it uses LDAP to authenticate users, so if you aren't interested in administering ...


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For me all I needed to do was: sudo adduser [username] vboxsf That was enough for me to get access to the shared folders. The folder has a group of vboxsf, user only needs to be assigned to that group to get access. If you need to set more strict access or more controllable access, you might need to go through the steps of mounting it manually with right ...



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