boot on Macbook Pro fails

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jbshirk
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boot on Macbook Pro fails

Postby jbshirk » 24 Mar 2013 00:30

Just reporting my first test booting from usb on a macbook pro santa rosa core duo

using this tip, which seems to work:
http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions ... b-on-a-mac

2.271981 CPU0: core temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled
events=1
3.801559 i8042: no controller found
Loading, please wait...

(never finishes)
I am not sure the temperature is the issue, as it is due to only one functioning fan. mac os x 10.5 boots fine.

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Re: boot on Macbook Pro fails

Postby zerozero » 24 Mar 2013 01:35

welcome to the SolydXK forums 8-) i hope you get this sorted out and can enjoy your Solyd install ;)
would this >> http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=197&t=67730 help you?
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Re: boot on Macbook Pro fails

Postby jbshirk » 24 Mar 2013 09:38

I have no DVD drive. I must install from USB flash.

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Re: boot on Macbook Pro fails

Postby zerozero » 24 Mar 2013 10:57

hi,
but the procedure (with the due adaptations) should be the same
- dvd > usb
- LMDE > SolydXK
(of course i don't have a Mac, so i can't say if that howto works 100%)
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Re: boot on Macbook Pro fails

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 24 Mar 2013 12:51

But wouldn't it be cool to have SolydK running on a Macbook?

If you ever get this working, jbshirk, you really should make a tutorial here!


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Re: boot on Macbook Pro fails

Postby jbshirk » 24 Mar 2013 13:05

no it's not that simple. macs don't have BIOS, but instead EFI, which doesn't play nice with bootable usb pendrives.


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