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Aiuto Installazione Linux su iMac 2006

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Salve a tutti, un mio amico ha un iMac del 2006 core 2 duo (versione 5.1)  questo iMac fino ad un pò di tempo fà montava ancora OS X Lion (10.7.5) purtroppo per colpa dell'EFI a 32 bit e delle caratteristiche l'iMac non ha più aggiornamenti e neanche i programi, per questa regione il mio amico ha fatto un tentativo ed attraverso una "patch" è riusvito ad installare maverick...però non funzionano alcune periferiche (tra cvui la scheda video che fà dei glitch.

 

Visto che non ci sono più supporti ne kext che possono fare funzionare le periferiche in maniera corretta abbiamo pensato di installarci ubuntu mate 20.04 con efi a 32 bit (esiste una versione che supporta il processore a 64 bit e l'efi a 32 bit) così da "rivitalizzarlo un pò" purtroppo non riusciamo in nessun modo a fargli vedere la chiavetta usb o i dvd da cui fare partire l'installazione.

 

Qualcuno ha qualche idea di come poter risolvere il  problema e procedere con l'installazione "pulita" di linux?

 

Grazie mile di tutto

 

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