I've been searching the web (scarcely) for a guide on how would be for me the best way to install Fedora (16) onto my MacBook Pro (I've had it with those times that I'm at work and something's come up and I have to wait until later that night to get into my Linux workstation) coexisting (if at all possible) happily with Snow Leopard (soon to be Lion) on the same drive.
I am dual booting Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and 12.04LTS on a Late 2009 Intel iMac.
The keyboard has 100% functionality in Snow Leopard. It has zero functionality in Ubuntu...not even at the login screen. I did the complete install using the character map. Blueman is capable of seeing it, but fails to pair.
Sometimes (about 50% of the time), the keyboard won't work at the rEFIt selection screen.
Likewise announced today availability of both Likewise Open 5.3 and Likewise Enterprise 5.3 software that supports Apple’s new Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, enabling those systems to be integrated with Microsoft Active Directory.
I put on Lion on my mac ... a biiiiiiiig mistake. The machine is only 1yr
old and Lion just crashes, hangs up more than windows 98. Wonderful. I lost
one of the install disks for the os before Snow Leopard and the snow leopard disk
was an upgrade and with Lion on it, wouldn't work anyway ...so left without a
usable operating system.
So I deleted all OS on my iMac 1GB Ram, 250GB HD and installed Ubuntu 14.0.1 onto the system.
How would I be able to create a bootable Snow Leopard usb to reinstall Snow Leopard. I will probably torrent the DMG but I'm unsure as how to partition the memory stick and how I would go to create the USB.