Do Ubuntu and Mac OS X place nice with each other?
Quite probably, the installation disk will recognise the presence of
another OS, in your case Mac OS X. In that case you will have an
option to MAINTAIN the existing OS, to PARTITION the disk and than to
install Ubuntu at the empty part of the disk. After finishing the
installation, you will see a menu in which you can choose which OS to
run: Ubuntu or MAC OS X.
2009/11/27 Seth <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> So, a few weeks ago I made a thread that I was getting a MacBook Pro
> and was wondering if I could just partition the drive with the Boot
> Camp Assisstant and install Ubuntu. Well, I decided to do it. I have
> my CD sitting here and I am about ready to partition the drive. The
> main and most important thing I want to know is if I will still be
> able to boot into Mac OS X. Does GRUB install itself on both
> partitions or just the one that Ubuntu is installed on? I'm probably
> going to install Ubuntu regardless, but I just want to know if they
> will play nice with each other.
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