So I ran into the same problems described here: Install Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 on MacBook Pro 2018? Just that I've got the 15''.

Booting works (after I disabled Secure Boot and allowing to boot from any external device with any bootable system in the System Recovery)

I'm currently stuck at the repartitioning of my drive because ubi-partman keeps crashing with a 141 error code. I installed gparted on the Kubuntu live system to check the drives and it seems that only the USB-drive from which Kubuntu is running is detected. The 100 GB Mac Partition nor the 900 GB FAT formatted partition I want to use for the installation are listed anywhere. I tried installing e2fsprogs on MacOs and formatting the Linux Partition with ext4, but I get the same result.

What else can I try?

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I gave up on it as it doesn't seem to be a viable thing to do.

As pointed out in an answer that I got asking on reddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/macbook/comments/9s3lqf/installing_linux_on_new_macbook_pro_2018/ https://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/9s3oxt/installing_linux_on_new_2018_macbook_pro/

Most of your hardware is not supported, yet (by the kernel) and definitely not optimized for battery life.
You can get it running without problems, but there'll be no audio, touchbar and 2 hours battery max.

That's backed up by the fact that I can't use my keyboard nor touchpad when at the installer-stage. Don't know whether they would work when K/Ubuntu is installed since I never got that far.

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