I've had the fortune of being an early adopter for Git as a version control system. A part of this early adoption involves getting bleeding edge software to work alongside older, more decrepit software. Such was the case when using git as my subversion (svn) client.
I was just thinking about all the projects I've contributed code to in the past and thinking, "Huh. That's quite a sizeable list." The list goes something like this:
What I'll be showing you today is how to rescue your 2011 Macbook Pro by putting Linux on it. I understand you might be asking "Why would I do such a thing!?" So imagine this scenario: