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I just did this with an iBook G4 (PowerPC CPU) and did a whole blog post about it! You can install Ubuntu via USB, but it requires some tricky hackery. You can read the whole post here, but I'll provide the basic steps in this answer. Download the correct ISO & make a bootable USB stick however you want. Stick the USB stick in the Mac & start the ...


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It is possible to have ubuntu installed alongside. Read this link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/MacOSX


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Short answer: the guide for 13.04 also applies for 14.04 Longer answer: Apple does not let you boot any non Mac operating system from USB on the 2010 version of the Air. The easiest (and safest) way is booting from a SuperDrive. I tried booting the Ubuntu installation disk from an additional partition on my harddisk similar to this description, but probably ...


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Yes, make the OVF when you go from machine to machine.


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Go to Utilities and Bootcamp assistant and use the Bootcamp assistant to create a partition for Windows and instead of installing Windows install Ubuntu on it. You must first create a Bootable USB for Ubuntu on a pendrive.


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Mounting requires administrative privileges. Try using sudo like this: $ sudo mount -t nfs 192.168.0.3:/tank/documents /Users/me/Remote



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