Just thought this would be the easiest way to do it. Everything seems to install fine on the thumb drive, I even tried the "blessed" version of the USB loader, but the Macbook Pro just won't boot from it Well, you could always ask the developer — he commented above. Here's his blog post about the program: So I followed the instructions very carefully but after I selected my USB it showed up with the black screen in the tutorial only after that, it said it couldn't find my boot. Which version of Linux are you trying to boot? I was only able to get this working with the Mac version of Ubuntu, which the app provides automatically Thank you for such a quick response.
I am using the one provided by the Ubuntu website because I was unaware that there was a mac-specific version offered by this program. If you don't mind me asking, how does this version differ from the one offered by the official website? From what I understand the difference is superficial, but the Ubuntu team needed to make a minor change or Macs would not boot.
I believe all reference to the bios is removed Did some searching, there's a decent answer here halfway down: So I have gotten everything to work fine Same thing happened to me. For me, the fix was to ensure the drive was properly formatted, and that the ISO was Mac-compatible. Did you check those things?
Thanks very much for this software. Works great and very easy to setup.
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One question though: Is there capability to create a persistent live usb linux boot? Which gives the ability to retain any settings or app installs. This software doesn't currently offer that, nor have I found a simple way to make such a drive. Sorry about that. Just found that you had posted this… thanks a lot for reviewing my tool and your kind words, and your in-depth instructions and explanations are great. I'm really happy that this has helped you!
How to Boot a Linux Live USB Drive on Your Mac
I think I'll link this in the wiki - you wrote a better article than I could have…: Thanks for making the software! I spent a long time figuring out how to do this, and your tool works consistently — and is a lot easier to explain than alternate methods. You made writing this article much, much easier! Is there a way to do both? Sadly I don't know of a process that will work on both Macs and PCs, but if you want a PC disk there are easy enough tools for the job.
Carry your Linux around in a USB, boot it on Mac or PC. (The missing tutorial)
I recommened UNetBootin. Found out what it was! It seemed that I had a windows partitioned usb drive, and thought it would be okay and dandy to use it, however, Mac didn't like that partition , so creating a new one once again with the steps above, worked awesome. Ubuntu booted fine! Awesome eh! Thanks for the quick reply! You guys rock! Unfortunately I can't seem to get this to work. Followed the steps to the letter and it just hangs on the black "fasten your seat belts" screen. Weird, it worked all the way to.. Thought i'd leave a comment for anyone else trying.
Maybe it will work for them , but bummer! Oh man, that's too bad. What Linux version were you trying? And what's the model? Just for everyone else's sake Exactly the same with me. I'm running os x I tried the Linux Mint Will now try the ubuntu for Mac. Right so the ubuntu did the same.
I was using an 8GB stick so tried with a 1GB one and different errors:. With ubuntu it would actually launch into the OS, but the display is all wrong - i could just about make out the 'ubuntu' with the dots counting up to launch. But once it launched it was all scrambled. Could only make out loads of pixels moving around when I moved the mouse, but couldn't do anything useful. Top Deals. Email Facebook Whatsapp Pinterest Twitter.
I don't know much about persistence to be honest, sorry. Good point, though are there many or any?
It's good to know, thanks for pointing it out! Mac OS isn't bad, it just stops you from doing some things at times. Please help charles. Hi, Problem: Hey Nathan, which distro were you trying to set up?
According to the project's wiki, there have been problems with Kali. OK solved: Glad you figured it out!
Let me know if you have any other issues. Thank You so much!
First: Prepare Your USB Drive
Try reformatting the drive? I'm not sure. Found this: For some reason, it didn't quite work for Mint Gonna try it with Ubuntu now.
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