Updating nvidia bootcamp driver macbook
The “problem” with the 32-bit EFI macs (as I understand it) is that they fall apart when they try to load a “multi-catalog” disk image.
Most linux distros use multi-catalog images so that they support both BIOS and EFI.
At the very least you will have to manually partition to force Manjaro to avoid EFI, and may run into other fights along the way.
If you need a replacement adapter to charge your Apple device, we recommend getting an Apple power adapter.
– Note: If you’re able and willing to use a “netinst” installer, and without the non-free firmware, Debian provides an official debian-mac-x.x.x-amd64which can be found at https://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/release/current/amd64/iso-cd/.
– Note: There have been very few Arch successes and from the sounds of it, it has required using other bootloaders (manually done or via a separate Ubuntu install etc).
I originally started with Ubuntu 16.04 and Fedora 24 which were modified to boot on your 64-bit-with-32-bit-EFI Mac. Since then I’ve added more distributions due to requests but have left it to others to test them (check the comments section).
If you want another distribution, and I’ll try to create the image and put it up (you’re the one who gets to test it though).