You can run Linux on an M1 Mac

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The operating system is based on a variant of Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi and is booted from a USB memory stick.

Employees of the virtualization company Corellium have developed a version of Linux for Apple’s new computers with the M1 chip.

The operating system is based on a variant of Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi and is booted from a USB memory stick.

The version of Linux should be fully functional, apart from the fact that so far it has not been possible to get maximum graphics performance.

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The files can be downloaded from Corellium’s Github account right now https://github.com/corellium/linux-m1 , but if you want as smooth an installation as possible, you would be wise to wait until the instructions are released – which should be soon.

Via Apple Insider

The M1 Mac runs the ARM version of Windows faster than the processor that comes in Microsoft’s Surface Pro X series. Read about running windows on an M1 Mac.

This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by Karen Haslam





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