Software virtualization company ARM Corellium has released a “fully usable” version of Ubuntu Linux that runs on the Mac M1. Chris Wade, CTO of Corellium, announced the release early this morning.
Security researchers from the company developed a port that was released on GitHub with an installation tutorial rumored to arrive later today.
Linux is now fully usable on Mac mini M1. Boot from USB a full Ubuntu desktop (rpi). The network works via a USB dongle c. The update includes support for USB, I2C, DART. We will be making changes to our GitHub and a tutorial later today. Thanks to @CorelliumHQ team ❤️🙏 pic.twitter.com/uBDbDmvJUG
– Chris Wade (@cmwdotme) January 20, 2021
The company was able to boot a full Linux desktop from USB. A USB-C dongle was used to enable networking capabilities and support for USB, I2C and DART.
There are limitations, as there is no support for GPU acceleration, which means the port is software-based …
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