With a bootable Ubuntu USB stick, you can:
Creating a bootable USB stick is very simple, especially if you’re going to use the USB stick with a generic Windows or Linux PC. We’re going to cover the process in the next few steps.
While the suite provides all the basic tools to complete your work and maintains established interface conventions, its lackluster graphics and lack of iWork document support make it a generally inferior product.Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of NeoOffice for Mac 3.4.1. The suite also features a drawing app, a database solution that requires Java, an HTML and XML editor, and a business card designer.If you have an aversion to the established office suites and want to try something based on a popular open source project, NeoOffice for Mac presents a possible alternative. During testing we encountered layering glitches, and some pallets didn't remember their positions, getting in the way as a result. Using the OpenOffice foundation, this shareware product covers nearly all the bases. NeoOffice for Mac offers a suite of productivity apps that aim to rival the likes of Microsoft Office and Apple iWork.
Choose the Right Desktop Flavour. There are several variants for the desktop environment like. Use the Disk Utility application to reset Mac to a single Mac Os Extended (Journaled) partition. Make sure you are using a GUID Partition Table. Quit Disk Utility application and choose to install OS X from the Menu bar. Once OS X is installed, buy (for free) El Capitan (OS X.
There are a few additional considerations when booting the USB stick on Apple hardware. This is because Apple’s ‘Startup Manager’, summoned by holding the Option/alt (⌥) key when booting, won’t detect the USB stick without a specific partition table and layout. We’ll cover this in a later step.