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Journal de l'installation d'Intrepid (Ubuntu 8.10)

Basic instructions

  1. Update the firmware to the latest version. If you prefer, you may use the standard "Software Update" (accessible from your OS X partition, if you have one)
  2. Get your Ubuntu Live CD ready. For older MacBooks you must select i386; for Core 2 Duo MacBooks (post 2006) you can select amd64 if you're interested in running a 64-bit OS, otherwise i386 may be selected.
  3. Install rEFIt if you want a boot menu (to select between OS X/Ubuntu) to appear on every boot. You can make Ubuntu boot by default and change the menu timeout by editing the "refit.conf" file (described on the above website).
  4. If necessary, use Boot Camp to resize your OSX partition and make space for Ubuntu. Don't waste a CD creating a Windows driver disk. Reboot.
  5. Hold down "C" to boot from the CD.
  6. Install Ubuntu as usual, except:
    • In the partitioner, select Manually edit partition table
    • Delete /dev/sda3 and /dev/sda4 if they exist
    • Create a new ext3 partition for your root
    • Mount the newly created ext3 partition on '/'
    • On the last screen, click on the "Advanced" button and select instead /dev/sda in the drop-down list for installing GRUB
    • Note that Boot Camp will cause problems if you make more than two partitions in total.
  7. Finish the install and reboot.
  8. If you installed rEFIt, you should have a choice between booting OS X and Ubuntu. Use the arrow keys and Enter to select Ubuntu. In case you are stuck with a "No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key" message, reboot, go in rEFIt to the Partitioning Tool, and let it update the MBR.
  9. Alternatively, if you did not install rEFIt, hold down Alt/Option to choose whether to boot into OSX / Ubuntu. The Boot Camp-installed boot menu will recognize the Ubuntu installation as "Windows," but will boot Ubuntu normally regardless. (If the boot menu does not "see" your freshly installed Ubuntu; burn rEFIt on a CD, boot from it and resync the MBR with GPT due to “Partitioning Tool”.)
  10. Log in to your system.
  11. Follow the instructions below to set up the various hardware components that don't work out-of-the-box on Hardy.

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