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On PowerPC processor, the bootloader used by Linux is Yaboot, regardless of the distro. Same for Ubuntu and all *buntus. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaboot. So it is the yaboot menu that is not showing up yet. I don't know why yet, because I am just learning how myself. See ...


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There is probably a simpler way to do this through Parallels (I'm assuming they have some sort of clipboard sharing, similar to VirtualBox), but you can easily copy files over SSH with scp. To copy a file from your Mac OS X home directory to the guest VM's /etc directory, you can execute: scp ~/myfile.txt ubuntu@myguestvm:/etc/ Where ~ is your user's ...


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This worked for me on Fedora 20. Edit /etc/netatalk/afpd.conf. At the end of the file are the default parameters: -tcp -noddp -uamlist uams_dhx.so,uams_dhx2.so Notice it is commented out. Uncomment the line and change it to: -tcp -noddp -uamlist uams_dhx_passwd.so,uams_dhx2_passwd.so I don't know if the leading space is important,so leave it in. ...


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gParted with hfsprogs can do this. But it might have limitations since it is not native to Linux. The HFS+ file system used by Apple Computer for their Mac OS is supported by the Linux kernel. Apple provides mkfs and fsck for HFS+ with the Unix core of their operating system, Darwin. This package is a port of Apple's tools for HFS+ filesystems. ...


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Creating a bootable USB stick in that guide does not change your install of OS X or your ability to boot OS X. Bootcamp is Apple software that allows you to install Windows as a dual-boot option; there is no support for running Ubuntu under Bootcamp.



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