On Feb 28, 2012, at 12:53 PM, Matthew Garrett wrote:
Yes. I'm mostly working on the netinst isos, and right now if you take
that and dd it onto a USB stick, then insert that and hold down alt on
boot, you'll get a Mac install.
dd if=Fedora-17-Alpha-x86_64-netinst.iso of=/dev/rdisk1
I get two additional icons to boot from, both named "EFI Boot". One is an orange
USB icon, the other is a blue Fedora icon.
If I choose the blue Fedora icon, I get a GRUB Legacy menu, let it time out. It appears to
be loading data from the USB stick. After about 45 seconds, the computer reboots, and
I'm at a Mac OS login window. No text error messages indicating why.
I reboot with option key to get the AppleEFI boot menu, choose the orange USB "EFI
Boot" icon, the same thing happens. 45 seconds, I get a reboot, and I'm at a Mac
OS login window. No text error messages indicating why.
In Mac OS X 10.7.3, Startup Disk panel, there are no additional boot options listed when
the USB stick is inserted, yet there are two "ANACONDA" labeled volumes
The hardware is a Macbook Pro 4,1 (2008) model.