Apple forbade to put Linux on their new computers

Apple has published a document which reported on the termination of support for the Linux operating system in computers with the security chip Apple T2. The T2 chip Apple used in the iMac Pro and

Apple has published a document which reported on the termination of support for the Linux operating system in computers with the security chip Apple T2.

The T2 chip Apple used in the iMac Pro and the new Mac Mini, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 2018 release. On these computers, you can still install Windows, while Linux distributions now no longer supported. As a result, the chip blocks the download of Linux on a new PC.

In principle, Linux installation is still possible on these computers, but you need to sacrifice system security by disabling the option “Secure boot” Utility in safe boot.

Note, third-party operating system used on Apple computers not so rare. For example, Linux Creator Linus Torvalds used MacBook Air.

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