Mike Becky

Apple’s M1 Now Supported by Linux Kernel in Version 5.13 ➝

Malcolm Owen, writing for AppleInsider:

For Mac users, the key addition to the kernel is support for a number of ARM-based chips, which crucially includes the M1. The new kernel is therefore able to be run natively on Apple Silicon hardware, including the M1 Mac mini and the 24-inch iMac.

While the ability to use M1 is included, Phoronix reports there’s still more work to be done, including adding support for accelerated graphics. Other changes include a variety of updated drivers, architecture and file system improvements, and changes to process handling and tooling.

I expect I’ll setup dual booting on my next Mac.

➝ Source: appleinsider.com

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