To use Linux on Mac computers with Apple M1 processor, including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini and iMac, you must use Virtual Machine or Corellium, two indirect ways of running. The disadvantage is that the M1 processor cannot be used up. The effectiveness of.
Linus Torvalds recently revealed that Linux Kernel 5.13 will support a variety of ARM-based processors including Apple M1. The new version is expected to be officially launched around June and July, and the first RC Build version is also released a few days ago. At that time, users can directly execute the Linux environment and programs on the M1 processor’s Mac.
Although Linux Kernel 5.13 will support the M1 processor, some drivers have not been developed yet, so there will be some restrictions on their use. In addition, due to the difference in the bootloader of the system, although the new iPad Pro also uses the M1 processor, Linux Kernel 5.13 will not support it.
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