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Old 2nd November 2011, 05:55 PM
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Install multiboot fedora on Macbook with startup disk selector tool

I would like to install fedora on a harddrive partition on an intel mac and boot it using OSX startup disk selector tool, which basically means keeping it all on it's own partition (I can make a swap partition if necessary).

Is it possible? If so, I'm looking for good instructions.

Thanks.
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