The MacBook Pro with Retina and 13-inch MacBook Air got some mid-cycle improvements under the hood today, with a new 2.6GHz processor for the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, new 2.4 and 2.7GHz processors for the 15-inch version, and 16GB of memory as a top-end spec on the larger Retina model.
I followed the instructions on how to install this and the only part I was not sure about was the partitioning, I created one partition ext3 and chose / for it, and that is, I do not want to keep OSX on the system, and want Ubuntu to login straight away.
At the moment the installation is finished and when i turn the MacBook on it shows a file with a question mark inside it, I happy to
I'm trying to install Harry Potter Quidditch for PC using Wine. I have the CD, but the drive appears to be unrecognizable by my system. I copied the contents to a USB and it is recognized, but when I run it, I am told to try again after I insert the CD.
I am using a MacBook Pro 8,1 13-inch with Ubuntu 11.04.
Apple will be unveiling a new, smaller 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro alongside an iPad mini at a rumored press event next week, according to a growing number of reports, including a brand new one from AllThingsD.
For the past six months, I’ve heard the same thing over and over again: “The MacBook Pro with the retina screen looks amazing. I want that screen on a MacBook Air. That would be the perfect computer.” Well, we’re almost there. Not quite.
So coming from the PC world, I used Ubuntu a lot on all my Dells and things from years past.
However, I just got my Macbook and loving it so far, but the question I have is why would I want to install Ubuntu on my macbook? Both OSX and Linux are Unix based...so not sure what the benefit would be.