I don’t how common is this scenario but … here I go:
I have an old MacBook Pro - it is:
- MBP 13.3/2.9/2X4GB/750/SD
- Model No: A1278
So far, it works in peace, it has a HDD of 750GB - in this point is not possible do an upgrade of the macOS itself.
Therefore, my intention is remove the HDD and replace it with a new SSD to install Fedora Workstation - it would be 37 or 38 according as when the new SSD arrives.
- Is problematic install and use Fedora Workstation in a MacBook Pro?
It mostly hardware conflicts - the processor is Intel, but just in case I am doing this consult here - because you are the experts.
Other situation: this laptop does not have neither VGA nor HDMI ports, it has either a thunderbolt or Mini DisplayPort port instead - therefore I bought a Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter
Does Fedora recognize this port? It to use the adapter in peace to work with a secondary monitor.
Thanks for your understanding