Zoltan Kota wrote:
I installed F9 x86_64 on my MacBook Pro and was able to get it to work.
It wasn't the easiest thing in the world. I initially tried upgrading
from F8 x86_64, but had too many problems. I then did a fresh install
and had a working system. My main problem was not being able to compile
C, C++, & FORTRAN code for the i386 target (see my earlier post "Fedora
9 x86_64 system compiling for i386". If it weren't for that, I would be
using F9 on a MacBook Pro. As it is, I had to resort back to F8
2008/6/16 Chris Stark <[email protected]>:
Just out of curiosity, did you ever attempt to install F9/64-bit on your
MacBook Pro? If so, did you run into the same issue of USB/keyboard not
Now I downloaded the F9 x86_64 Live image for testing. Attached an
external USB keyboard and mouse to my MacBook Pro, the livedvd boots
and both the keyboard and mouse seem to work.
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