Linux has been ported to run on Apple’s M1 Macs

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A brand new Linux port permits Apple’s M1 Macs to run Ubuntu for the primary time. Corellium, a safety agency that provides a virtualized model of iOS for safety testing, has efficiently ported Ubuntu over to M1 Macs and launched a tutorial for others to comply with. The modified model of Ubuntu boots into the common person interface and contains USB help.

The crew at Corellium have detailed precisely how they managed to get Ubuntu working, and it’s a superb in-depth learn in case you’re within the particulars. Whereas a variety of M1 parts are shared with Apple’s cellular chips, the non-standard chips made it difficult to create Linux drivers to get Ubuntu working correctly.

Apple hasn’t designed its M1 Macs with dual-boot or Boot Camp in thoughts….

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