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When you partition your hard drive to prepare for the install, just shrink the Macintosh HD partition and leave several gigabytes of free space (you may need to create a partition and change the format to "free space"). Elementary OS will format and utilize this free space while itself allowing you to install it alongside OS X.
Solved skipping grub and booting straight into Debian allowed me to use my keyboard again
I am the author of https://github.com/0xbb/gpu-switch and I may can help you. If you want to use the IGP in the Macbook Pro 11,3 (Late 2013) you either need: a patched bootloader with the apple_set_os command. Grub (precompiled: http://andreas.heider.io/gmux/2013/grub-apple-set-os.tar.bz2) a patched kernel (see your link) otherwise the EFI will turn ...
I have a Macbook 2006 running linux mint 17. The only thing you should do is start 32bit linux mint live CD and from the installation manager to delete all partitions you have on your macbook and create a new partition to install linux. Then reboot and install linux mint normally.
Courtesy of http://superuser.com/questions/527963/how-to-allow-nginx-in-guest-vm-access-shared-folders-in-host-os The answer to this question was sudo mount -t vboxsf sharename -o rw,dmode=777,gid=(root user),uid=501(nginx in this case) /var/virtual/some_folder_name
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