The only thing that worked for me was:.
This still gives me the 30sec white screen which I believe can be removed with the ' bless' command. So far I haven't figured out how to create an encrypted root though. It is easier to just install Ubuntu from a Live CD across the whole hardrive than setting up dual booting. It should be the first option it gives you when you install from a Live CD.
Tim I never paid the Mac tax, but some folks have some weird driver issues I answered a question about a driver issue over on SU.
Once the system is booted run Disk Utility from the dash. Select your hard disk and click on Format Disk. Now install Ubuntu normally. Lincity Lincity I've done it like you said.
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For Mac OS the boot time was 27s. With Ubuntu single boot it takes 47s!
For almost 20 s I have this annoying white screen. Is this normal?
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Can I deactivate this? Matt see this wiki. I fixed this issue by installing and running boot-repair. The only thing that worked for me was: Don't forget to apply the changes.
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Drag and Drop a file from Finder to Terminal to 'paste' the full path without typing and risking type errors. OS X tends to put the. Run diskutil list to get the current list of devices Insert your flash media Run diskutil list again and determine the device node assigned to your flash media e. If you see the error dd: Invalid number '1m', you are using GNU dd.
Resource busy, make sure the disk is not in use.
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Start Disk Utility. While all of the info and above commands are executed properly on a MacBook Air 3,2 that is the version 13" version of the Air the end result will not produce a bootable USB device, at least not with the image for Ubuntu When booting of the USB device the following message or something similar will appear: To get the USB device e.
After doing this the USB should then appear as a bootable device while holding in the alt or c key when you are rebooting the computer. Notice that both the computers built in bootloader and rEFIt will identify the USB device as a Windows device, but that's not a problem and expected.