I have tried creating a bootable Linux USB that i want to use on MacBook Pro 2013.
- I used 'MAC Linux USB Loader' to do that.
- Linux distros I tried it with: Slack puppy and DSL (Damn small linux)
- Flash Drive/USB: 512MB, 1024bytes FAT32 MBR formatted on windows, MAC doesn't do FAT32 for some reason.
When I boot through MAC Alt/Option, it shows EIF drive, boots a bit and then I get this error:
Kernel path: /live/vmlinuz | ramdisc path: /live/initrd.lz boot parameters: Loading Linux kernel... done unaligned pointer 0x2. Aborted.
I get this same error when booting any of the above mentioned OS. I have tried literally all other approaches of creating bootable Linux USB and none of them worked - Mac don't even show EIF drive on 'Alt' booting in these scenarios.
I have tried many other tools listed here for MAC, but they don't detect my USB itself.