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I am assuming you are located in the same local network with both hosts There are several ways to do that. 1. SSH & SCP As both systems do know ssh & scp you could easily transfer files via scp. As far as i know you have to enable SSH/SCP on the Mac via: System Preferences → Sharing → select Remote Login checkbox. Usage examples: scp /path/to/...


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I can answer the last two questions, the first question is a little vague, what do you mean by "When I connected to Ubuntu via the Mac, I couldn't sign in", how are you trying to sign in? 1) Please clear up how you are trying to sign into Ubuntu from your mac! 2) Assuming its telling you that you don't have file permissions as opposed to access to the ...


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You are wrong, efibootmgr does not show grub entries only. List what's in nvram of your machine with sudo efibootmgr -v and then use the sudo efibootmgr -n xxxx to select the next boot item. If you have a bootloader not listed in the nvram list, then it is probably in the device default location, e.g. /EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi. In that case, you can ...



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