If you are talking about the internal drive (where OS X/MacOS reside on), you have to click on the parent one (Mine says “APPLE SSD SM0256G Media”, yours may differ). If you are trying to partition the “Macintosh HD” part, it won’t work, because you need to go to the parent part (one level above “Macintish HD”).
Hi, thanks for the article. IS there a way to wake the need to download disappear, and save the drivers, so that next time I wanna use Linux, don’t have to download anything anymore. My question pertains to downloading drivers on my Macbook Pro. THough I came in quite late in doing this, it works ok. Everytime I would log out, and would again log in using Linux, my wifi cannot be detected, and I still have to download the drivers again thru the net.
Linux is an incredibly powerful and flexible platform live booting is just one way to experience and even share the flagship open source operating system. You now have all the power necessary to test and run Linux without making a single change to your machine’s hard drive.
Many older Apple monitors used a 640×480 67Hz mode. For Rage 128 hardware, this changes to video=aty128fb:vmode:6. If your video appears skewed on an older Apple monitor, try appending the boot argument video=atyfb:vmode:6 , which will select that mode for most Mach64 and Rage video hardware.
Thanks for the quick reply. Found out what it was. It seemed that I had a windows partitioned usb drive, and thought it would be okay and dandy to use it, however, Mac didn’t like that partition , so creating a new one (once again) with the steps above, worked awesome.
I let it sit there for about 15 minutes before I assumed it wasn’t going anywhere and had to hard-power-off the laptop. Trying to boot BackTrack 5 R3 from an 8g usb using this program on a MacBook Pro (2011 I believe), the process hangs on “OK, fasten your seatbelts.
The Mac should then automatically boot from the CD, provided that the CD-ROM is a PPC compatible one. There are Macs however, due to problems with firmware, are not able to do this. The “Option” key is the key between the CTRL and Apple (Command) key. To enter Open Firmware, one has to hold “Option”+”Command”+”o”+”f”. In most cases a Mac can be booted off a CD-ROM by keeping the “c” key pressed during boot. To then boot a CD-ROM, issue the following code:. If both these methods fail, one can always fall back on the Open Firmware boot option. One could then also try to boot with the “Option” key hold during boot. With this key, one should see the possible bootable devices on the Mac. Booting CD-ROM
The easiest way for people to install a Linux distribution, is to use a CD-ROM. You will be welcomed with a open firmware prompt.
/adb’ – I’ll just use ‘adb’ below. Exe’ and on Mac/Linux ‘. Plug the tablet into the computer via USB and turn it on/boot it up. On Windows these will be ‘adb. Plug the tablet into the computer via USB and turn it on/boot it up. On Windows these will be ‘adb.
Ideally, don’t want to install it directly on my Mac and overwrite OS X. I realized that I will not be able to save anything to the Mac hard drive (only to the USB which is only 5gb. I am trying to install Ubuntu on my MacBook pro (early 2011). I have installed Ubuntu onto a flash drive and can use this to boot it.
The Mac is one of the most reliable computing platforms available, and can make a great platform for not only running the Mac OS, such as the current macOS Sierra, but also Windows and Linux. In fact, the MacBook Pro is a very popular platform for running Linux.
Html and then just simply after having plug the usb stick :
$ diskutil list
$ diskutil unmountDisk /dev/diskX (disk number that is the usb stick)
sudo dd if=/Users/username/Downloads/linuxlivecd. Install refit : http://refit.
I’m just some guy who wrote about this, and am not behind the software in any way – I don’t think logs will help me very much. Your hardware isn’t yet supported by the OS, would be my guess. You could let the developer know what’s up, but if you’re getting that far into the process I’m fairly certain the problem is with Ubuntu itself.