This page documents my attempts (and successes!) to get Linux fully working on an Intel-based Apple MacBook, 2007 model.
As I detailed in my previous post on how to get this phone working with Leopard, upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 aka Snow Leopard broke things again.
Short summary of what I’ve been busy with:
I was bored recently, and decided to install Linux on my Macbook. I opted for the distribution I like best – Debian (unstable/Sid).
For my PVR/HTMAC project, I wanted to auto-mount several shares from my NAS. After some searching I ran across this hint on the <a href=”“http://www.macosxhints.com” target=”_blank”>Mac OS X Hints</a> website, which works perfectly:
I recently acquired a Mac Mini, which I’m going to use as a PVR.
Here’s a short how-to to get the iodine dns tunnel working on your Mac.
I got a company phone, a Nokia 3109 Classic, which is nothing less nothing more than a standard company phone. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles I’d like to have, but it works.
I still haven’t found any mail client I really like on the Mac… I’ve been using Thunderbird now for a while, but it doesn’t really have what I want in a mail client. I guess I’m spoiled, since I’m used to using KMail at home (and I’m forced to use Lotus Notes at work – a horrible client from a usability point of view).
After they screwed a screw in my previous repair, it’s back again. I’ve checked it, nothing’s loose, everything seems to be in order. Let’s hope it is!
I put it in for repair after hairline cracks started appearing in the front bezel and on the bottom.
Apple has confirmed the 26th as the releasedate for Leopard!
Really. What’s up with iPhone owners these days? They buy an overpriced piece of equipment, knowing: