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Thread: Tripple boot with MacOSX/Vista/Ubuntu?

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    May 15, 2007
    Wales, UK
    Tripple boot with MacOSX/Vista/Ubuntu?
    Is it possible to tripple boot a Macbook so i can run maxOSX, vista and ubuntu?

    Also with my PC, i have an extra partition for my data. this means that if something bad happens to one of my OS's then my data is safe and untoutched. Can a similer thing be done with a MAC?


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    Jul 10, 2007
    Newcastle Upon Tyne UK
    yea im sure you can tripple boot those 3 im dual booting vista and osx atm but i want to try ubuntu on my macbook pro not sure i have the space for it tho.
    trying goolging tripple boot on mac

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    Texas, where else?
    Check out the rEFIt project.
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