|Subject:||Grub2 on Mac Mini with USB Drive?|
|Date:||Sat, 31 Oct 2009 16:09:56 -0400|
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Ubuntu 9.10 offers Grub2 and I'm wondering if I can do something with less pieces. I particularly don't like maintaining a shadow boot partition on the internal disk, or depending on the CD to boot.
I tried just letting Ubuntu 9.10 install with Grub2 on the USB drive. When I boot with refit off the "legacy" partition, I get a screen with "Using Load Option USB", then a dozen lines of not found errors, and finally a line that says that external hard drives are not well supported by Apple firmware.
Is there something else I should try with Grub2, thats an improvement of the awkward setup I use with Legacy Grub?
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