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Corellium Releases 'Completely Usable' Version of Linux for M1 Macs
Ubuntu Linux is installable and functional on M1 Macs thanks to work done by Corellium, Corellium CTO Chris Wade announced early this morning. Security researchers at the company have developed a port that has been released on GitHub with an installation tutorial coming later today. Corellium has been able to successfully boot into Linux over USB, with a USB-C dongle enabling networking...
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Notable Developer Starts Patreon to Fund Apple Silicon Linux Port
Developer Hector Martin, who describes himself as someone who "likes putting Linux on things," has launched a plan to create a Linux port for Apple Silicon Macs. Martin, also known as "Marcan," has created a Patreon with the goal of earning enough funding to be able to take on the complexities of bringing Linux to Macs equipped with an M1 chip. Creating a Linux port is no easy task, and...