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  1. harkavagrant

    kernel panic gateway triple boot

    i have been trying with many different distros to install osx onto my gateway ne56r41u. tried running in vmware to restore images to usb, even used a friends macbook air to no avail. the only disks i can get to boot i have burned being snow leopard 10.6.1 and 10.6.6 (freezes on chameleon). attached is kernel panic from 10.6.1. even used [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] to try to boot disks/ vanilla osx lion (10.7.2) and usb installs with no luck. going to keep googling but havnt had much luck other than that page faults are usually command input issues. have tried -v -f arch=i386 and cpus=2 in many combinations also i have a linux distro and windows 8 (why i think i have issues with vmware even with vt bypasser) installed. wanting to triple boot
  2. Hi, I installed Mountain Lion on VMware on a Ubuntu 12.04 host but the sound is really choppy, how can i solve this issue? Host (Asus A55VM): Linux Ubuntu 12.04 8GB RAM Intel i7 3610qm, 6M cache up to 3.3GHz 1TB HDD 2GB nvidia gt630m Guest: OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 Processor cores: 4 (2 processors x 2 cores) 150GB HDD Audio device: default 4GB RAM It seems to be a OSX only issue, i also have a windows VM under the same linux host and the audio works perfectly Is there a way to solve this?
  3. Hello, I'm wondering if is there any chance I could run Mac OS X Mavericks on a Linux Virtualbox host with AMD X2 CPU ? Worth a try or it's a dead end anyway ? If not, any advices is welcome !
  4. Laptop Mode Tools is a package that allows you to extend the battery life of your laptop by enabling the Laptop Mode Linux kernel feature along with other power-related tweaks. This was a command line only tool until version 1.64, which introduces a GUI that lets you toggle individual power saving modules. The new GUI configuration tool isn't exactly pretty as you can see in the screenshot below, but it's definitely an useful addition because it no longer requires users to work with various configuration files. The GUI is written in PyQT and the options are generated at runtime, based on the list of available power saving modules. Because Laptop Mode Tools 1.64 is only available in the Ubuntu 14.04 repositories, I've backported it for older Ubuntu versions so you can easily install it via a PPA. Install Laptop Mode Tools in UbuntuBefore proceeding with the installation, please note that you must remove TLP if installed before installing Laptop Mode Tools. If you install both, there will be conflicts. I guess you're wondering which one's better, TLP of Laptop Mode Tools - well, they both try to achieve the same thing and the results are pretty close, but you can give both a try (not in the same time though!) and see which one works better for you. The latest Laptop Mode Tools is available in the WebUpd8 Backports PPA. You can add the PPA and install it in Ubuntu or Linux Mint by using the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/unstable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install laptop-mode-tools To launch the Laptop Mode Tools GUI (the menu entry doesn't work properly), use the following command: gksu lmt-config-gui Its great App All Credits: Webupd8
  5. Greg Kroah-Hartman anunciou nessa quarta-feira (9), o lançamento do Linux Kernel 3.15.5. Se você quiser atualizar seu sistema para essa nova versão, veja abaixo como fazer isso. O kernel 3.15.5 traz várias melhorias, como atualizações para algumas arquiteturas, novos recursos, bem como outras correções variadas e melhorias para alguns drivers. Para ver as principais novidades desse kernel, acesse esse link. Antes de iniciar começar a atualizar o kernel do Ubuntu, saiba que este é um procedimento que apesar de simples, exige conhecimentos avançados do sistema e deve ser feito por sua própria conta e risco. Como atualizar o kernel do Ubuntu para a versão 3.15.5 Para atualizar seu kernel para a versão 3.15.5 do Ubuntu 14.04 e derivados, faça o seguinte Passo 1. Abra um terminal (Usando o Dash ou pressionando as teclas CTRL+ALT+T); Passo 2. Verifique qual a arquitetura de seu sistema acessando as Configurações do Sistema e a opção “Detalhes” ou usando o comando abaixo: uname -m Passo 3. Se estiver usando um sistema de 32 bits, baixe os arquivos DEB com os comandos: wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.15.5-utopic/linux-headers-3.15.5-031505-generic_3.15.5-031505.201407091543_i386.deb wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.15.5-utopic/linux-headers-3.15.5-031505_3.15.5-031505.201407091543_all.deb wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.15.5-utopic/linux-image-3.15.5-031505-generic_3.15.5-031505.201407091543_i386.deb Passo 4. Se estiver usando um sistema de 64 bits, baixe os arquivos DEB com os comandos: wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.15.5-utopic/linux-headers-3.15.5-031505-generic_3.15.5-031505.201407091543_amd64.deb wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.15.5-utopic/linux-headers-3.15.5-031505_3.15.5-031505.201407091543_all.deb wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.15.5-utopic/linux-image-3.15.5-031505-generic_3.15.5-031505.201407091543_amd64.deb Passo 5. Instale o kernel com o comando: ​sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.15.5-*.deb linux-image-3.15.5-*.deb Passo 6. Reinicie o sistema com o comando abaixo: sudo reboot Passo 7. Se você tiver algum problema e quiser desinstalar o atual kernel, reinicie o computador com um kernel anterior (usando Grub -> Advanced -> select previous kernel) e quando iniciar o sistema, faça login, abra um terminal e execute o comando abaixo para remover o Linux Kernel 3.15.5: sudo apt-get remove linux-headers-3.15.5-*.deb linux-image-3.15.5-*.deb Nota: Todos os drivers que não fazem parte da principal árvore do kernel (o que obviamente inclui drivers proprietários) devem ser recompilados para novas versões do kernel.
  6. The first point release of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS has been made available for download. Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS rolls the majority of bug fixes, packages, and security updates that have been issued to the OS since its release back in April into one new, easily deployable image. This means that those installing from the image do not have to download and install hundreds of additional updates straight after installation. Point releases also feature new and improved support for selected hardware. This helps to ensure that the OS remains as robust and compatible throughout its lifecycle as possible. The Point of Point Releases In Three Bullet Points Improve support for selected (and newer) hardware Roll in stable updates to reduce download requirements on fresh install Maintain stability Precisely About Time But this latest milestone isn’t just offering a neatly prepped .iso image for latecomers: today is also the day that those using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) on the desktop will see a notification informing them of the release. Download: Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS
  7. I have started a triple boot installation on an old PC with BIOS (not UEFI). Every OS is on a separate SSD drive. Hardware ASUS P6T SE i7 920 12GB RAM ASUS GTX 680 2 X SSD OCZ Agility 60GB 1 X SSD Kingston 240GB OS MacOS Sierra Windows 8 (The Windows was already installed on the Kingston SSD and just used that to repair the MBR) Ubuntu 14.04 LTS MacOS I stared by setting BIOS (AHCI, Virtualization etc.); disabled all drives but the one for MacOS; installed MacOS; MacOS post installation with ##### and clover bootloader in legacy mode installed on the SSD. Everything worked after some kext struggling and I have my Sierra hackintosh ready with Clover bootloader legacy installed. Windows Then I plugged the Windows 8 SSD; repaired the MBR and BCD; plugged the Clover/MacOS drive and Clover was able to start and boot the Windows 8 SSD with no issues. Ubuntu I did just the same for Ubuntu; disabled all drives but the one for Ubuntu; made the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS USB drive; started the installation; I selected "Erase disk and install Ubuntu" on the "Installation type" screen; got the setup finished and did the exact same thing, plugged all 3 SSDs with the BIOS set to boot from Clover/MacOS drive; Clover sees the Ubuntu drive but when I am selecting to boot from it, it just shows the clover Linux drive icon on the center of the screen until I hit escape and it returns back on the Clover boot selection screen. I did some searching and reading and tried to reinstall Ubuntu with a separate /boot partition; that did not work and I have clover with the exact same behavior. I also read that if you have a BIOS motherboard, then Ubuntu it will detect this and it will install in BIOS/Legacy mode but I am not sure if that is the case and that I should do something else to have the Ubuntu installed in BIOS/Legacy mode. Does anyone have a clue what I should do to have the Ubuntu to boot from Clover? EDIT: After a lot of Ubuntu reinstalling, it now shows the purple GRUB screen when selecting Linux from Clover menu, but it hangs there.
  8. Hello folks!! I wanted to know how to create a penboot ubuntu to use on your PC? tried using unebootin app, but does not load. anyone have any suggestions?
  9. Foi lançado o FF Multi Converter 1.6.0, se você quer atualizar ou instalar esse conversor, veja com fazer isso no Ubuntu e seus derivados. FF multi Converter é uma aplicação gráfica simples que permite converter áudio, vídeo, imagem e arquivos de documentos entre os formatos mais populares, utilizando e combinando outros programas. Ele usa o ffmpeg para arquivos de áudio/vídeo, unoconv para arquivos de documentos e a biblioteca PythonMagick para conversões de arquivos de imagem. O objetivo do FF multi Converter é reunir todos os tipos de multimídia em um aplicativo e fornecer conversões para eles facilmente através de uma interface amigável. Características: Faz conversões de vários formatos de arquivos; Tem uma interface muito fácil de usar; Dá acesso a opções comuns de conversão; Gestão de áudio/vídeo ffmpeg-presets; Opções para salvar e nomear arquivos; Conversões recursiva. Formatos suportados: Áudio / Vídeo formatos: AAC, AC3, afc, AIFF, AMR, asf, au, avi, dvd, flac, flv, MKA, MKV, mmf, mov, mp3, mp4, mpg, ogg, ogv, psp, rm, spx, vob, wav, webm, wma, wmv E qualquer outro formato suportado pelo ffmpeg. Formatos de imagem: bmp, cgm, dpx, emf, eps, FPX, GIF, JBIG, JNG, jpeg, MrSID, p7, pdf, picon, png, ppm, psd, rad, tga, tif, WebP, XPM Formatos de arquivo de documento: doc -> odt, pdf html -> odt odp -> pdf, ppt ods -> pdf odt -> doc, html, pdf, rtf, sxw, txt, xml ppt -> odp rtf -> odt sdw -> odt sxw -> odt txt -> odt xls -> ods xml -> doc, odt, pdf Nessa atualização o programa foi portado para python3, o PythonMagick substituído por ImageMagick, foram feitas pequenas correções e alterações na lista de pré-ajustes, a lista de presets foi atualizada, os presets tem novas opções: sincronização e remover idade, há uma nova opção de manter ou não a relação de aspecto ao redimensionar uma imagem, o programa recebeu tradução para o ttaliano, espanhol, chinês (Taiwan) e malaios, além de receber várias correções de bugs. Como instalar o FF Multi Converter no Ubuntu e seus derivados Para instalar o FF Multi Converter no Ubuntu e ainda poder receber automaticamente as futuras atualizações dele, você deve fazer o seguinte: Passo 1. Abra um terminal (no Unity use as teclas CTRL + ALT + T); Passo 2. Adicione esse repositório para instalar o ffmpeg adequado para o programa: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jon-severinsson/ffmpeg Passo 3. Adicione o repositório do programa com este comando: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ffmulticonverter/stable Passo 4. Atualize o APT com o comando: sudo apt-get update Passo 5. Agora use o comando abaixo para instalar o programa; sudo apt-get install ffmulticonverter Uma vez instalado, inicie o programa digitando no Dash: ffmulti
  10. Hi, It has been weeks that I am trying to have Chameleon to see Lubuntu. No success… Tried the grub-install /dev/sdd3, used boot-repair, created a separate partition for /boot, no success… Played with gparted flags, no success. I am on a Asus X99 Deluxe, with this setup: SSD formatted MBR with Windows and Yosemite FAT - "System Reserved" used to boot Windows 10 (upgraded from Win7) FAT - "Windows" where Windows 10 is FAT - untitled partition - used for Windows 10 Recovery HFS+ - "Yosemite" where Mac OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite is installed <- CHAMELEON IS INSTALLED HERE HD formatted GPT with Lubuntu FAT - "EFI" GPT EFI partition EXT3 - /boot used by Lubuntu EXT4 - / used by Lubuntu, main partition used as root / LINUX SWAP HD formatted GPT with a spare Yosemite 10.10.0 install FAT - GPT EFI partition HFS+ - "Test" where a previous Yosemite is installed HD formatted GPT with a clone of my main Yosemite install FAT - GPT EFI partition HFS+ - "Maclone", my Yosemite 10.10.5 clone HFS+ - "Recovery HD" Chameleon sees "System Reserved", "Windows", "Yosemite" from SDD, "Test" from 2nd HD, "Maclone" and "Recovery HD" from 3rd HD (all in green in the list), but no Lubuntu ever… I don't know what to do. I don't understand how Chameleon decides if a partition is bootable (and should be shown) or not. There is no setup to force a partition to show (when there is one to hide a partition that I am using to hide "Windows" since "System Reserved" is the one to boot for Windows). I can boot Lubuntu from bios, choosing the disk, but it would be nice to choose my os from Chameleon. Any idea?
  11. getting error when going to start OS installed in virtual box inside the ubuntu can anyone found this type of issue. please reply with solutions. thanks used, ubuntu server 16.10 virtualbox 5.2.8 MacOs sierrs 10.12
  12. So my current set up is this: Dual Booting Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 on GPT. I have grub install on the root of the HDD so grub is my primary bootloader. I created a ML VirtualBox so I can use MacPwn with Vaniulla El Capitan. I have tried all kinds of bootloader on both MBR and GPT USB drives. The results are as follows: 1. Clover Legacy - Nothing. When I boot the USB Flash Drive it shows a single blinking underscore for a split second then it proceeds to boot Ubuntu. 2. Clover UEFI - Stuck at the underscore. Nothing happens. 3. Chameleon - Same as Clover Legacy. Shows an underscore for a split second then boots straight to Ubuntu. I have installed Hackintosh up to Yosemite successfully on my Lenovo V470 years ago a couple of time but that was when I was still using MBR for my HDD. Please let me know what I can do do proceed with the installation.
  13. Check-IN

    [Aiuto] Clover quad boot

    Ciao a tutti. Utilizzo Clover per avviare il sistema in firma con Mavericks e Yosemite, i due sistemi sono su due hd separati e tutto fila. Oggi ho installato Windows7 e Ubuntu su un terzo hd, partizionando il disco. Ubuntu mi ha installato un bootloader che mi permette di scegliere se utilizzare Win7 o Ubuntu. Vorrei sapere se è possibile operare la scelta del SO da lanciare direttamente da Clover per tutti e 4 i sistemi operativi, al momento Clover vede solo Win7 ma non riesce ad avviare. Ho guardato in rete ma non ho trovato guide che mi abbiano fatto capire cosa devo fare per rendere possibile quanto esposto sopra, devo installare dei driver su clover? devo cambiare dei parametri su ubuntu? qualcuno può aiutarmi? Allego il mio config.plist
  14. Hello there, this is my first post here after googling and reading so many articles, help files. unfortunately i couldn't find a clear answer anywhere. I successfully installed OSX on my pc without any problem. Then i installed ubuntu ( EFI ) on restart i could see ubuntu in clover boot menu and i could boot it normally. Later I installed Centos, gentoo, and arch . I can find all them in UEFI boot menu ( i mean if i press F12 on system startup ). And when i chose OSX UEFI boot menu , i find only Ubuntu and gentoo, there is no arch, centos in clover boot menu. I tried to add custom entries using clover configurator and by editing config.plist as well, but i probably missing something . Because no matter what i do result is same. I want to see and boot arch, centos from clover boot menu instead of restarting pc and hitting F12 key every time i want to boot specific os. hope to get some help to resolve this problem.
  15. Hey guys! I'm planning on also doing a triple boot hackintosh with a Skylake system. I want to install the OSs on a 512 M.2 NVMe SSD. Any suggestions as to the order of install? I know people have said that order doesn't matter but what order do you guys think would be the easiest? Right now I'm thinking the order would be Windows 10, Ubuntu, El Capitan. Additionally what partition table should I use? Also, I think I should make the 3 partitions for the OSs before installing with an additional partition for swap/grub or something of the sort to manage the booting up (4 total partitions). Thoughts?
  16. If you only need it sporadically and logged onto with the internet is not unusual for you to use these WebApps can already help a lot. This is a project developed by a user named Dejan Petrovic, and all you need to do to install on your Ubuntu is to download this .deb package and install using the Software Center at the time of installation you will see the following warning. Just click "Ignore and Install" to complete the installation, so the shortcuts are within your Dash (Ubuntu menu), search for 'Word', 'Excel', etc ..., they work like traditional Web Apps for Ubuntu.
  17. Esse guia ensina como instalar este maravilhoso sistema do Pinguim com o OS X Mavericks. O processo é simples, mas requer muita atenção. Esse metodo funciona com qualquer versão do Ubuntu, desde as mais antigas até as que virão. Escolhi essa versão LTS, pois diferente das outras, oferece suporte oficial garantido durante 5 anos. LTS = Long Term Support. Pré-requisitos: Site oficial do Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Se na sua maquina há o sistema Windows disponível, baixe o app Unebootin. E baixe a versão para Windows. Use um Pendrive com no mínimo 4GB. Deixe uma partição livre, de no mínimo 50 GB (dependendo do seu uso), formatada em FAT32. Use uma conexão com Internet, seja cabeada ou Wifi. Isso poupa muitos trabalhos futuros. Configuração e Instalação. 1- Abra o Unebootin (ele é um app não instalavel, apenas clique e abra), e deixe como a imagem abaixo. Depois de gravar, reinicie o PC. Vá nas opções do BIOS e selecione o pendrive para dar boot. Nota: Como estamos usando o Clover, repare que na frente do dispositivo, irá aparecer EFI, é esse que devemos selecionar, veja abaixo: Quando entrar, vai aparecer o menu de opções do Unebootin, vá na primeira: *Try Ubuntu without installing. Espere o sistema iniciar, e vá no app Gparted. Selecione a partição (FAT32), no menu acima verá um ícone vermelho, e apague a partição. No menu abaixo verá que a descrição é unallocated, clique com o botão direito e no menu formate para EXT4. Nota: Se for usar a opção Hibernar ou deixar o Ubuntu muito tempo em suspensão, aconselho criar uma partição SWAP. É recomendado deixar ela com o tamanho maior que sua memoria RAM. Ex: 4GB de RAM, SWAP seria 8GB. Reduza a partição do Ubuntu. Veja como fiz na print abaixo. Agora com tudo preparado para o Ubuntu, vamos seguir a instalação. Clique no icone do Desktop "Install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS". Escolha seu idioma. Depois deixe as opções como a imagem abaixo. Depois disso, vai aparecer a tela de opções de instalação do Ubuntu, se vai ser lado a lado com o OS X (ou Windows) mas essas primeiras não nos interessam, vai na ultima opção. Opção Avançada. Nota: Quando selecionarem essa opção, para aparecer a proxima tela vai demorar um bocado, não se preocupem não travou nem nada, só por razões desconhecidas demora mesmo. Agora com aquela partição que você preparou para o Ubuntu (aqui substitui o Windows por isso na imagem aparece NTFS) vamos dizer que ela se chama sda3, selecione com o botão direito e deixe assim: Atenção. O Ubuntu usa como gerenciador de boot o Grub, mas como nós já estamos usando o Clover, ele ficara como secundario. Por isso temos de instalar o Grub na partição do Ubuntu, que nesse guia usamos o sda3 como exemplo, então deixe como a imagem abaixo. Feito isso, instale, e espere o Ubuntu ajeitar as coisas. Quando terminar, ele vai dar 2 opções de continuar testando ou reiniciar, dai fica a seu critério. Quando for reiniciar, vai aparecer a opção de entrada do Ubuntu no GUI do Clover. Na partição EFI, verá que tem uma pasta chamada ubuntu, não apague nem altere ela, pois é ai que está o Grub. Pronto, feito tudo isso, agora poderá ter o melhor de dois mundos.
  18. The Thread was Moved to: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=279459
  19. hi I write this topic, just to sharing what is running now on my desktop. I did not know Mate graphics desktop was that great. I have mate Ubuntu, to this is is third edition, on my main desktop. https://ubuntu-mate.org/about/ It is my experience, it is the best long up time, without hang. Also it carries a back-up and restore utility can place back-up date on local drive, a partition, network drive (samba)... it has a strong built-in encryption whole disk utility. thank every one for reading.
  20. Well , I need help for multiboot. My situation is as follows : P0 : SSD with Mavericks - my main system - contains EFI partition from which to boot Clover P1 : Yosemite HD - my secondary system - the EFI on this record is blank , I start it with Clover which is installed SSD P2 : Hd divided into four partitions containing respectively Win7 - Win8 - Transfer exFAT - Ubuntu 14 of ext4 This latest HD is in hibrid as a guide from this link https://racerrehabman.wordpress.com/2012/07/06/guide-to-installing-windows-7-windows-8-mac-os-x-lion-and-ubuntu-multi-boot/ My problem is that I can not boot Windows nor Ubuntu from Clover , if I select the Legacy GUI Clover me appear various HD (Win7, Win8, Ubuntu) but the operating system does not start , or go to black screen or remains Win logo in black and white and you stop them. What options do I have to select on Clover , which drivers should I install ? I have a server board that supports EFI S5520HC but is not UEFI . If I boot to P2 from Bios i was able to boot Win7/8 using the Win8 bootloader. Win and Ubuntu systems were installed following the guidance of Rehabman . You help me ? Thanks !
  21. I know that this topic has been addressed before, but I was not able to figure out how to comment on the existing posts. I am new to Mac and Ubuntu (Linux), so I apologize in advance for any newbie comments, questions, and mistakes. I have Ubuntu 11.10 as the host OS and VMware 8 as the virtual software. My image is running Snow Leopard 10.6.8 everything seems to work fine except for the sound. The install was performed off a legal purchased copy of Snow Leopard from Apple. Original version was 10.6.3 and after install updated to 10.6.8. I verified under VM settings that the sound card is connected. I've tried using auto detect and setting to ALSA: default sound card, but neither worked. I have installed all the drivers that I could find on the internet for this issue (AppleAC97Audio.kext with Kext Helper b7 and EsoniqAudioPCI_v1.0.2). Still no sound and "no output/input devices found" under system preferences. I am not sure how to proceed from here. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If additional information is needed, I will try my best to provide.
  22. te4o

    Problema Avvio Mavericks

    Ciao a tutti, spero mi possiate dare una mano. Sul mio notebook in firma con triple-boot ho aggiornato ubuntu all'ultima versione, e ho anche aggiornato il bootloader su mavericks. Ora non so per quale strano motivo ma quando avvio Mavericks mi va in panico.. grazie in anticipo ragazzi
  23. Installing OS X Lion on my Thinkpad T520i was a real adventure lasting about 2 weeks, but I managed to make it boot from MBR partitioned disk, using ######'s [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] option which installed Chimera boot loader. So everything works OK in the boot process, and now I want to install Ubuntu 12.04 so I can have both systems dual-booting from HD. I see there's rEFIt program, but I suppose it works only with GPT partitions, and mine is MBR partitioned. More, I was reading people have problems with it (especially after updating Ubuntu), maybe rEFIind fork is the solution, but still I'm asking for help, don't wanna go through restoring my OS X installation afterwards... I already have a free space reserved for Ubuntu installation, is there any tested and proven method I can install Ubuntu 12.04 in my environment, so I can boot both systems from same hard disk... Thanks! I just noticed ###### in my previous message turned to ######? Why is that? Is it banned or something?? ) Please don't mind if I look stupid, I'm completely new in Mac world...
  24. ok i've seen guides and people saying that you can triple windows 7, osx 10.8 and ubuntu BUT can you do this with windows xp instead of windows 7? the reason i ask is this: a year ago i was able to triple boot windows xp, 10.6, and ubuntu and the guides said to put my harddrive bios into AHCI but i put into IDE and it still worked. however, i read that osx 10.8 NEEDS AHCI to work definitely. well, this is a problem since windows xp will not work/boot in AHCI mode. so theoratically, that means if i can boot osx 10.8, then i can't boot windows xp and vice versa. so has anyone tried triple booting windows xp, 10.8 osx and ubuntu and if so does it work?? i don't want to waste time trying it myself unless i need to, cause as we all know,installing hackintosh requires alot of patience and trial and error. THANKS IN ADVANCE!
  25. If you want to hear several songs without having to be worry about illegal downloads. I recommend this app. Spotify is the king of music streaming. Every day tens of millions of users listen to thousands of tracks using it through a variety of different ways. How to Install Spotify in Ubuntu Spotify for Linux can be installed on Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10 and 14.04 LTS straight from the Spotify repository. This method is the recommended way to install the player as it allows you to get automatic upgrades to new releases of Spotify through Ubuntu’s Software Updater/Update Manager tool. The first step is to open Software Sources via the Unity Dash: Select the ‘Other Software’ tab in Software Sources [1] Click ‘Add’ [2] and paste the following the entry field of the box that appears: deb http://repository.spotify.com stable non-free Click ‘Add Source’ to confirm the change, then close Software Sources. Add The Spotify Repository Key The next step is to add the repository key. This allows Ubuntu to verify that packages installed from the repository are made by who they say they are. Open a new Terminal window, paste the following command, and then hit return/enter: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 94558F59 That’s that! You can now install Spotify through the Ubuntu Software Center (after checking for software updates first) or by running the following command in the Terminal window: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install spotify-client Once installed you can launch Spotify from the Unity Dash. Have Fun!! Credits: OMG Ubuntu
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