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Assuming that you are using GnuPG on Ubuntu... First, you should export them: gpg --export-secret-keys <keyid> >key.gpg gpg --export <keyid> >>key.gpg Then you should transfer this file to the Mac via a secure channel and import the keys on the recipient. Assuming that you have GnuPG on your Mac too (otherwise check your PGP ...
I tried this... but the DMG file started out as a 5GB file, and then when I ran DMG2IMG, it generated a 17GB IMG file. This file won't fit on any USB flash drive I have. Anyway around this?
You do not need to use Refit or any other boot manager / loader since as far I know these emulate BIOS when Ubuntu can boot no problem at all using EFI (I may be talking a load of rubbish here since I don't particularly know all of the technical details). In short you don't need Refit! To get started head over to the Ubuntu community Wiki here and find out ...
All good with DMG2IMG for converting the DMG file to ISO... However the Unetbootin procedure described in the other linked article, didn't work for me... It just copied some very small (kb in size) files found in the iso and stopped.. in Ubuntu 14.04 there is a very handy disks utility that opens the iso and you can restore it to any drive you wish, ...
Gnome Shell does all that. It always has exactly one empty workspace (so if you add a window to it, a new empty workspace is created). Note that this is the default - you can configure a static workspace listing via gnome-tweak-tool. I am able to drag full screen windows around in the Overview mode - this helps me start games in one workspace and drag them ...
First click new and enter the following settings: I named it OSX 10.9, and chose Mac OSX and Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks (64 bit). Chose the appropriate one for you. Click Next. Give it a certain amount of RAM. I advise at least 2500 for OSX but don't go above half your available memory. The following settings should all be default: First chose Create ...
check this installation process disabling EFI option and with a FIXED SIZE VIRTUAL PARTITION of 20GB.
OK - figured it out after connecting with a different PC. Don't use Microsoft Remote Desktop Client (v2.1.1) for OS X. See here for alternative clients.
No one bothered to ask you which Mac you own. Steps for one Apple Machine may not work with another. To be safe, visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MactelSupportTeam/CommunityHelpPages to find a guide suited to your machine.
I had the same issue. I removed refit and installed rEFind. Refit is not actively maintained. None the less with each mac os update there would be chances that you would have to reinstall refind.
Download a Hackintosh distro like Niresh in iso format (latest = 10.8 as 10.9 is in dmg format which is hard to convert and sometimes fails) and boot with AMD option.
Ok, failing input from anyone, I stumbled across this answer: http://serverfault.com/a/368342 which gave me the clue that I needed to add 'root' to the list of valid users. These two shares (which previous weren't working), now are. I added 'www-data' and 'root' respectively next to the 'valid users': [sites] path = /home/username/sites available = yes ...
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