Zorin is by far the best OS I've ever used. Small niggle though is the webcam on my 2012 Macbook Pro doesn't work. Is there any chance the kernel module/drivers for this could be included as standard? Otherwise totally awesome work. Congrats.
Open terminal with
Copy/paste the following, one at a time:
sudo apt-get install git curl cpio kmod libssl-dev checkinstall
git clone https://github.com/patjak/facetimehd-firmware.git
sudo make install
sudo modprobe facetimehd
sudo nano /etc/modules
Add the line
facetimehd to the bottom of the file.
ctrl+o to overwrite, then the
enter key to save current configuration, then
ctrl+x to exit the editor.
Reboot and test.
----- Just a thought ----
On my Fedora 38, the webcam did not work either with Cheese as testing app.
I purged Cheese, and installed it back again as a Flatpak .... and this worked oversudden perfectly fine. I remeber on my backup laptop Zorin a same situation as this was a Dell Inspiron 1545 (2009 built) .
Maybe this counts as well for the MacBook ? ---- Again, just an out loud thinking I might be wrong for the Apple computer.
-- I am waiting on Zorin 17 as info lol
I have an older MacBook myself, poly-carbonate body - had to grab the iSight firmware file from the install disc OR the installed OS. I then installed 'isight-firmware-tools' through apt and pointed the location to the firmware file, firmware was extracted, and worked. Not sure if this is the same for that version of MacBook though.. I think the one I have is from late 2009-ish haha should be able to find the firmware file though 'ol Google.
Did you get your cam going?