Linux on a Macintosh

Since Apple introduced the Intel chip in their Macintosh computers, people have been using this technology to run other software that they would normally run on their PCs, such as Windows or various blends of *nix. Because of their specialized hardware, Macs present somewhat of a challenge to get a PC operating system that would run without a hitch on a normal PC computer, running on an Intel Mac. This guide aims to highlight, avoid and deal with main complications that arise when running (or trying to run) Linux on a Macintosh.

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Switching from OS X to Ubuntu: 10 things I miss

This guy details 10 things he misses from Mac OS X when using Ubuntu. The funny thing is the Ubuntu community stroll tight in and set him straight in the comments. Everything he's missing is available.

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