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

Linux has now been successfully ported to run on Apple’s M1 Macs. Corellium, makers of a virtual iPhone, has released a tutorial for getting Ubuntu running on an…

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You can now get more than just macOS for M1 Macs
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A new Linux port allows Apples M1 Macs to run Ubuntu for the first time. Corellium, a security firm that offers a virtualized version of iOS for security testing, has successfully ported Ubuntu over to M1 Macs and released a tutorial for others to follow. The modified version of Ubuntu boots into the regular user interface and includes USB support.
The team at Corellium have detailed exactly how they managed to get…

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