¡por fin! Linux en Macbook M1 (bare metal)

Configura tu propio servidor Linux con LINODE:

$ 100: los espectadores de TechHut obtienen crédito de 60 días en nuevas cuentas de Linode. He estado esperando mucho tiempo para verlo funcionando en la computadora portátil M1. Es el mejor chipset (imo) combinado con el mejor Linux. Este es un software alfa, así que hágalo solo con una comprensión completa de todos los riesgos.leer más

Máquina virtual Ubuntu en M1 Mac:

Prueba de referencia geek:

00:00 – Asahi Linux 02:40 – ¿Pero por qué? 04:30 – Instalación 08:50 – ¡Linux nativo! 10:27 – Geekbench 11:45 – Más pruebas para miembros de YOUTUBE:

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  1. BIONC a parallel processing app. Even if you install it on apples OS, it can't access the GPU. Whoever can reverse engineer the GPU drivers to run on other platforms will win the holy grail prize. It took a long time to get Nvidia drivers to work "properly" on linux. AMD was better. But, I don't really think apple wants it's users using it's hardware for anything but APPLE. I hope in the future apple will give access to it's GPU side. Maybe more people would run apple devices for crypto mining and other things. I think this would help apple sell more hardware if they opened the source code for all, even if people were installing windows and linux on their devices.

    GPU Access on Apple Devices:
    As of now, Apple tightly controls GPU access on its devices. It primarily restricts access to the GPU for third-party applications on macOS, limiting their ability to utilize the full potential of the GPU for certain tasks. This approach is primarily aimed at maintaining security, stability, and ensuring optimal performance for Apple's software ecosystem.

    Reverse Engineering GPU Drivers:
    Reverse engineering GPU drivers is a complex task and often involves legal and technical challenges. GPU manufacturers invest significant resources in developing drivers that are compatible with specific operating systems and hardware configurations. While it is possible to develop alternative drivers or workarounds, it requires expertise, substantial effort, and potentially violates intellectual property rights.

    Impact on Apple's Hardware Sales:
    The decision to allow greater GPU access or open-sourcing the code would depend on various factors, including Apple's business strategy, market demand, and technological considerations. Opening up GPU access could attract a broader range of developers and users, potentially expanding the appeal of Apple's hardware. However, it is essential to balance this with the potential risks of security vulnerabilities and the need to maintain control over the user experience.

    Future Possibilities:
    Apple's approach to GPU access and openness may evolve over time based on market dynamics and user demands. As technology advances and the landscape changes, Apple might consider alternative strategies that provide more flexibility while ensuring the integrity of their ecosystem.

  2. Somebody help!! I am on the second part of the setup and after I press y for to custom boot object, it says username. What do I put in? I put in my username and it said “kmutil failed. Did you mistype your password?” Then I put in my password and it said the same thing

  3. Hi, is this still possible? I just followed your steps but when it came to partitioning I got an error Failed to run process: diskutil apfs resizeContainer disk0s2 349999988736
    root : ERROR Process execution failed

  4. Another, interesting development: I finally decided to attempt the install one more time… and when I pressed the 'f'' key to install on free space …I got en error message that the space the installation engine created was too small!!!! Alright, alright, that's the end. Period. {smh}

  5. Very interesting video — right up to the point of getting Linux, operational. Only problem is, after getting the partition made, Linux [apparently] installed, rebooting… nothing, after the display of the Asahi icon went as you projected. I ended up with a prompt unlike anything you showed. Rather, it was asking me for the authorized user name, and every last thing I input brought up an error.

    I forcibly shut down the machine, held the power button down until the result was what you indicated it should have been the first time I booted, went into the Disk Utility, and Asahi was supposedly installed on 2.7GB. Also, there were 4 other tiny partitions aside from the Mac OS partition. After some fiddling, I finally got my Mac OS back, and now have a spare partition of 1/2 the size of the whole drive. I had initially went for the default size of 100GB.

    Am just thankful I still have an operational, machine — even with half the space, available. I tried Clonezilla, which does mount, within Mac OS, but it wasn't shown when I tried to boot, from it. I bet you didn't expect, this… and neither did I. And yes! I am running an M1 chip on MacBook Air. ^^

  6. M1 is a beast imagine that it can run the bloated mac osx … how much faster it will run on linux i can't even imagine it. But needs gpu drivers and would be cool if you had hardware accelerated video encoding for example it would be cool if we could use Apple's VT h264 hardware acceleration decoder on OBS-Studio

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