Developers finally let Linux run on Mac powered by Apple M1

Asahi Linux It is a developer community project dedicated to making Linux run on Apple’s impressive M1 chip.According to its September progress report (thanks Tom’s hardware), the organization has made significant progress in its mission by running Ahasi Linux locally as a basic Linux desktop on the Apple M1 Mac.

This is a big problem, because if you try to run an operating system other than macOS on one of the computers, Apple will use a bunch of proprietary technologies that are not suitable for you. For some time, some adventurous developers have been trying to open Apple’s closed M1 ecosystem, and Asahi Linux may have just cracked the password.