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Apple says that the OS will be available for Macs introduced in mid-2012 or later, plus 2010 and 2012 Mac Pro models with recommended Metal-capable graphics cards. To see how much space is available on your Mac, choose Apple ( ) menu About This Mac, then click Storage.
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See also Breathing new life into a 2006 MacBook and Apple's New Hardware With The T2 Security Chip Will Currently Block Linux From Booting
With OS X 10.11 El Capitan no longer receiving security updates1, unsupported but otherwise excellent hardware like the MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2009) can be revitalized with Linux.2
After some false starts with the usual suspects (namely Linux Mint 19 (both Mate & XFCE), Elementary 5, Fedora Workstation 26, and Pop!_OS 18.04 LTS), I decided to give Manjaro XFCE 17 a try after seeing it regularly mentioned in HN comments.
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- MacBook Pro Late-2008 to Mid-2010 (GUI glitches) MacBook Pro Early/Late-2011 13″ (GUI glitches) MacBook Pro Early/Late-2011 15″/17″ (not working properly if AMD GPU is enabled, acceleration disabled with active AMD GPUs) Mac Mini Mid-2009 to Late-2009 (unsupported WiFi modules, GUI glitches) Mac Mini Mid-2010 (GUI glitches).
- Yes, per the specifications macOS Mojave runs on a Mac Pro 2010 with a Metal-capable GPU. The software is unaware that your machine is really a 2009, as it only checks the board ID which matches a 5,1 machine. Currently running Beta 5 on my 2009, with an AMD Radeon R9 270X flashed with EFI firmware. Be sure to remove any other GPUs from the.
- Ironically, my white 2008 MacBook4,1 has a 2.4 GHz CPU that is 20% faster than my aluminum 2008 MacBook5,1 with 2.0 GHz CPU, but the surfing experience is much better on the latter due to hardware video acceleration and modern browser support. However, it's even better on my 2009 MacBook Pro, since it has a somewhat faster CPU at 2.26 GHz.
After struggling with previous distros, Manjaro was a dream: boot and shutdown times were halved (at least), the boot splash screen displayed properly (rather than just displaying a black/blank screen like so many others), WiFi and video drivers working right out of the box, and there was no screen flickering or taskbar weirdness. In short, Manjaro presented the most polished experience, from start to finish, of the bunch.
However, during install, Manjaro requires creating a password for the root account, which is subsequently enabled. If you prefer to disable it after installation is complete:
To reenable root:
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Why doesn't Apple just come out with an official macOS support policy? It's clearly and consistently been 3 years from release on modern versions, why not share that with consumers? Speaking of which, why not warn them when they are running an unsupported and unsafe version (something even Microsoft, hardly renowned for its stellar consumer support, did for Windows XP)? Within the last week or so, I've had two different people contact me with problems which turned out to be caused by running OS X 10.7 and OS X 10.8 respectively! See also No more security patches for OS X El Capitan, time to upgrade and Apple has released Mojave 10.14.1 update, and Security Updates for Sierra and High Sierra.
There's also Collin's kind patcher collection of course (macOS Sierra Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs, macOS High Sierra Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs, and macOS Mojave Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs) if you don't mind disabling SIP, limited WiFi support, and trusting third-party, closed source software with deep access.
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