Red Hat Magazine: Installing Fedora Core on the Mac Mini
May 24, 2005, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Unpacking the Mac mini was a rather exciting process. Looking
at the form factor, it could sit almost anywhere! The kit includes
a DVI to VGA adapter, which I plugged in, to attach the monitor to.
The Mac mini, not coming with any display or input devices, relies
entirely on 'bring your own' hardware. I attached a 15" CRT and a
standard Apple USB keyboard and optical mouse.
"Turning it on, you get automatically booted into Mac OS X.
Don't get too used to it just yet, because to get Fedora on your
Mac mini, the disk is going to have to be repartitioned. From a
Terminal, you can find the default disk usage and partition format
(only one large partition) with the