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In your place I would first run lots of hardware tests, in case there is a good reason that Mac OS X no longer starts. A hardware problem may mean that some part in the computer may need to be replaced. If the tests pass without detecting a problem, reformat the disk using slow format before installation. The installation method is described in great ...


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How to “Burn” a Linux ISO onto a bootable USB Flash Drive in Linux I wrote some larger ideas/thoughts/discoveries at the bottom of this answer but have come up with a far simpler solution that requires three simple things: A blank USB flash drive for the ISO data “burning.” A bootable Linux CD ISO. One basic dd command to copy the data. This works great ...


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Without seeing a sample of your fstab, not too clear how your system is setup. But I believe you can use the user option in the fstab entry something like this as explained here; empahsis is mine on the option relevant to your question: user/nouser - Permit any user to mount the filesystem. (This automatically implies noexec, nosuid,nodev unless ...


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In order to boot from Windows Iso and install it without using CD/DVD or USB Drive, you first need to create a PRIMARY partition with NTFS filesystem in your HDD. I recommend the size of this partition (say X) slightly more than the size of Windows Iso file. After that boot into your Linux Mint, mount the X through graphical interface and know the ...


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I did almost the same as Bojan suggested. I have Linux Mint 17 Mate. However, the Mint Menu hotkey is not listed in MATE's Keyboard Shortcuts dialog. If you right click on the Mint Menu applet, and select Preferences, then on the first tab, you can select another hotkey to replace <Super_L>, or if you just want to remove that hotkey at all, you can ...


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you MUST to create a small partition out of the raid0 for /boot.Grub will be instaled there and define the root partition as MD


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So I have finally solved the problem! The issue eventually came down to the Linux kernel version I had installed. This handy little guide pointed me in the right direction. Linux Mint on installation is set at V13.* What you really need is the latest V17.*. As a side note, I should mention that issues still appear if the computer goes to sleep as it ...


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You want to create a USB installer, if the Linux Mint live image didn't include an installer program. This link will help with creating live USB installers, and Ubuntu isn't a half bad candidate for use on a Mac either. The instructions from Step 4 onward should also work from Linux Mint. You may need an external hard drive or to format the Macbook's main ...



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