Updating dvd shrink
Keep in mind that while it only takes a couple minutes to do, the cost of server diskspace and bandwidth is a factor for me here – I can’t offer every version of every distro out there.
– Note: If you’re able and willing to use a “netinst” installer, and without the non-free firmware, Debian provides an official debian-mac-x.x.x-amd64which can be found at https://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/release/current/amd64/iso-cd/.
Basically, Tight VNC but no port forwarding needed. It allows you to backup and restore bookmarks, mail, contacts, history etc.
IMAPSize: A great tool to transfer Thunderbird e-mail to Outlook/Outlook Express (not sure why you would - but it's here).
Thus, Manjaro is not recommended unless you’re an advanced user.
If you’d like to help offset the bandwidth costs, note that I do have a game on Steam called Alarameth TD.
Thus, it is not recommended unless you’re an advanced user.To be clear, this applies to If you’ve got an earlier Mac which is a Core Duo (not a Core2Duo), it can’t run 64-bit anyway.If you’re on a later Mac, you’ve probably got a 64-bit EFI so most 64-bit Linux distros should install and run. Note that the Mac Book Air 1,1 doesn’t have a DVD drive which makes things more complicated.If you’re on some other (non-Mac) 64-bit machine that uses a 32-bit EFI, well… Warning: You’re best to skip below and create the disk image yourself.
For all you know, I could be a botnet kingpin and you could be downloading the Botnet Linux 16.04 ISO.
I originally started with Ubuntu 16.04 and Fedora 24 which were modified to boot on your 64-bit-with-32-bit-EFI Mac. Since then I’ve added more distributions due to requests but have left it to others to test them (check the comments section).