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This pages completes the [[MacBook]] page, in aspects that are particular to the retina model. Refer to the [[MacBook]] page whenever convenient or needed.
 
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Revision as of 01:58, 13 October 2012

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This pages completes the MacBook page, in aspects that are particular to the retina model. Refer to the MacBook page whenever convenient or needed.


Basic kernel installation

Partitioning

Follow the recommendations/instructions in the MacBook archwiki page.

Refind

From the few EFI boot managers around, Refind seems to be the most stable and feature complete (see UEFI_Bootloaders)

Installation media

This laptop has no cd/dvd reader. The easiest solution is to use a USB key to install arch.

Graphics

Other features

See Also (or instead?)