Re: Experience of Debian in a Macbook pro
On 03/07/11 14:19, lee wrote:
Jerome BENOIT<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
The very first stage is to install refit ( http://refit.sourceforge.net/ ) from Mac OS X.
And then Debian can be installed quite as usual.
For more details see http://wiki.debian.org/MacBookPro
Thanks for the info :) It seems once you get refit working, you could
use a Debian installer CD and get it installed. However, the Mac sucks
too much to try: You can't install more then two disks,
what do you mean by disk ?
and you can't
install any of them in the right orientation.
I am getting more confused here:
are you dealing with a MacBookPro or a MacPro ?
I have another disk I
could use (if the Mac supports SATA disks), but since it's always been
installed in the right orientation, it's too likely to fail.
Your issues seem rather as hardware issues.