The T2 chip Apple forbids you to install Linux on a Mac
07.11.2018 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
For security purposes, the installation of Linux or any other system different from Mac OS, except Windows 10, impossible on Mac computers with Apple chip T2. This publication reports iDownloadBlog.
Chip T2 guarantees that the Mac is in good condition. When the computer is booted, the chip verifies each load process to ensure the accuracy of the code. Due to the fact that Apple improved the security at the hardware level, Mojave macOS will not allow you to install Linux.
According to the developers Macs Fan Control, it happens because Apple forbids T2 viewing the internal hard drive. As a workaround, you can install Linux on the external drive but the internal hard drive will not be displayed.
To install Windows 10 you want to use Boot Camp. She provides a safe boot and adds the certificate to the Windows Production CA 2011, which enables the use of loader Microsoft.
Chip T2 is installed on the Apple MacBook Pro 2018, 2018 MacBook Air, Mac mini and iMac Pro 2018.