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If you're getting a boot error when trying to boot from the Linux partition, you may not have installed GRUB correctly. And by the way, the boot manager program is called rEFIt. Make sure you read all the documentation about rEFIt on their site.

You also need to determine if the optical drive on your MBP is working right. It sounds like it is not.
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