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MacBook and MacBook Pro are the new powerful laptops from Apple that use Intel processors instead of PowerPC ones. When you buy a MacBook you get OS X Tiger pre-installed on it. But, you can still install GNU/Linux on this beautiful box. If you want to know how, read on the article.
Also read – http://modular.math.washington.edu/macbook/
A tutorial which will help you in installing Linux Programs in OS X. Click on the link below – How to install Linux Apps in OS X
Want to give your IT security or administrator staff access to Windows applications right in their preferred Linux desktop environment? Follow this tip and you can easily do this without needing to set up an expensive and complex Citrix environment and also it can be set up using free software.
Originally by – http://www.harleystagner.com
This guide is especially made for people to write a text mode install of Fedora Core because their machines do not support the graphical installer.
To view the guide go to the link below –