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I rescued an old MacBook 2.1 late 2006 13" from my job. After a deep search of couple days I found this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIsF96jx87A&t=539s who help me to install ubuntu 16.02 on my old macbook laptop. Now, I've been trying to install ubuntu 18.04, unfortunately after the installation ( it looks like everything went well during this process) after first reboot the laptop cannot start the OS, first started with a black screen and when I forced pushing the turn on botton, I can see the system loading the OS again, but the screen goes to a pink-violet screen and the OS never comes up.

I really want to make an use of this old laptop and see if i can upgrade the Ubuntu version,I will appreciate if someone can help me.

Thank you!

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Please add nomodeset to the GRUB menu as per this Ubuntu Forums post.

When Ubuntu starts to boot and you see the GRUB menu, press the letter
e
and then you can edit the parameters GRUB will use when booting.

Find the line with GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" and replace quiet splash with nomodeset then return to booting with Command-X.

Then, follow the instructions in the web link above in the section How to permanently set kernel boot options on an installed OS (not wubi) to make that change permanent.

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