In short, do not run prime-select or mess with Optimus. What can i do now? If it isn't correct you can get errors in your install. I absolutely love my computer now! For this trip, there are a couple of things you need. Take some time to get the feel of the subreddit if you're not sure! I don't mind messing with config files but I would prefer to avoid any messy hacks. Then the installation pretty much follows as in the beginner's installation guide. It could complain that no swap partition has been made, say you don't mind and continue.
I don't know if this is the best place to ask this, if not please point me in that direction and I will remove this clutter. If no wiki article is available, ask for help in the! Skip this step if installing on 5,1. Don't post image-macros, rage comics, or other drivel here. Maybe Mavericks is even better performance-wise, but is a bit too old now. How did I know which ones I needed? The first part of both entries pci 0000 is not needed. One thing to note is that I had to manually partition the drive, since I only used gpart to blow away the drive contents. I'm very comfortable at the command line and have a lot of experience using Linux for development.
I'm not sure how to partition my hard drive using fixit. Install the bootloader on the desired device. Am i doing something wrong? I'm trying to install Arch Linux on a Macbook Pro mid 2010 , and having a couple of issues. It's simply missing the full story - and I guess most people don't care enough to dig a little deeper. The process is the same as the one for the desktop edition. I just got a blank line.
This situation described in the following askubuntu question seems to be very similar to what I am experiencing, the next time I re-install my Macbook I will give this a shot. You'll have to define their sizes manually, you should write down what you do, the size and which partition. I'm sorry for so many questions, thanks a lot guys! Note 2: I later installed Ubuntu server. After lending my laptop out for a year or so, I just got it back yesterday and had to go through the painful experience of installing Linux on it again. The adapter I cited is wireless-G, as are the other listed supported devices.
Before installing Arch I installed ubuntu 10. Hopefully, you have enough luggage to start the journey with confidence if you print out this blog post. In my case, it let me know that I was running a unit. This handles all mac specific stuff, like hot keys and the keyboard lights for caps lock. So i thought let's just do the following to upgrade and get the newest graphics driver: Code: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgradeReboot the system and now i have a black screen. I've also got a Ubuntu live cd.
Next, using Disk Utility, I partitioned my hard drive, it doesn't really matter what type of partition you do, because you're going to be erasing it later anyway, just note how big you made it. Great machine, my best investment in technology. This will work flawlessly even as the video driver and kernel updates roll in. I was able to single boot Ubuntu without any hiccups. You'll have to think ahead here, I have four partitions, root, home, boot, and swap. It will tell you something like Mac Book Pro4,1 for example. I want to quickly get to doing things that interest me.
Hope some of you can help me with this. Alternatively, you could type: sudo efibootmgr -o 0080,0000 Either action should fix your problem. Performance wise, Sierra is a solid operating system, and I recommend it. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. When the partitioning has finished, start the installer and follow the instructions. If it works, please report back here what specifically works.
From a terminal or from Synaptic, you need to install macfanctld. Please have a look at the and. Note 4: I find the design of the Mac Pro the cheesiest thing ever. Using the prime command will absolutely undo the fix I provide here, yielding a black screen upon your next reboot. Info: The Mactel support team is about to restructure the Mactel documentation. But after approximately 7 years of use, i can definitely tell that it's starting to tire out. I chose to take another approach and simply append the following to my grub menu.