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Ubuntu and OS X 10.4


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I was wondering how to "persuade" Mac into letting me select between Ubuntu and OS X. Ubuntu's GRUB is not an option so i need Mac to let me choose. I know It can be done, i even found a tutorial,but i lost it and can't find it again Any help is greatly appreciated!


NVM I figured it out, it's not Ubuntu i installed another linux distro. thanks for reading though!
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Check out the following link if you want to have a selection at startup
http://refit.sourceforge.net/

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