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How to install LUbuntu in my 2008 Core2Duo MacBook?

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Trying to install Lubuntu 18.04 LTS in this Macbook to extend its useful life. Maximum it now has is 10.7 but that is obsolete for internet purposes. I have downloaded the Lubuntu iso but when I burn it to DVD (using my 2010 Mac Mini with Yosemite) the result is a Master Boot Record DVD, and not the desired Partition Map GUID.  I suspect I must first convert the iso to dmg but I know nothing of how to do it.

I have also tried creating a USB boot drive. Ubuntu forums  describe a procedure using Etcher but again this was a no workie for me.

Anybody with a detailed, easy, tried and tested way? BTW I have no knowledge about navigating through Terminal, much less using the command line.

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

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open

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+686042

Origineel bericht door: Bernie ,

Titel:

How to install LUbuntu in my 2008 Core2Duo MacBook?

Tekst:

Trying to install Lubuntu 18.04 LTS in this Macbook to extend its useful life. Maximum it now has is 10.7 but that is obsolete for internet purposes. I have downloaded the Lubuntu iso but when I burn it to DVD (using my 2010 Mac Mini with Yosemite) the result is a Master Boot Record DVD, and not the desired Partition Map GUID.  I suspect I must first convert the iso to dmg but I know nothing of how to do it.

I have also tried creating a USB boot drive. Ubuntu forums  describe a procedure using Etcher but again this was a no workie for me.

Anybody with a detailed, easy, tried and tested way? BTW I have no knowledge about navigating through Terminal, much less using the command line.

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Status:

open