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Use this - http://www.howtogeek.com/187410/how-to-install-and-dual-boot-linux-on-a-mac/ exept use Gparted partition editor as your starting on linux, and then do effectively the same thing but with mac being installed second intead of first


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why not just dd the .img file after conversion? sudo dd if=/path/to/orig.img of=/dev/s**


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Try holding down the Option (or Alt) key as you start up the computer. This should provide you with a menu you can use to select the OS to boot. Using that menu, boot to OS X. You can then re-install rEFInd. With any luck that will fix the problem. If you continue to boot straight to Ubuntu, look for a directory called /sys/firmware/efi. If it's present, ...


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5353 UDP - Multicast DNS - (mdns) is the answer here. Opened this port and can successfully connect to my Linux machine from OSX.


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When your Mac boots up, hold down the Option key. This will enter the Mac's BIOS boot menu and you can choose your Macintosh HD from here. EDIT: Try this instead: Open a terminal in Ubuntu and run sudo update-grub. Hopefully, this will add Mac OS to your GRUB menu and you'll be able to boot. If it doesn't, you most liekly chose to erase your disk and ...


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For some reason I don't see an option to add a comment on my iPhone using the StackExchange app, so I'll offer an answer that finally worked for me. I gave up on trying to configure Samba, it never worked, ever. What does work is BitTorrent Sync 2.0 and it is fast, it costs money though, I'm fine with that, it is absolutely the easiest and fastest way to ...



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