I found the easiest way is install the rEFIt utility
(http://refit.sourceforge.net/). But this would be done under OS X
Then, during installation, save the boot loader to the root partition
(*not* the MBR). The rEFIt utility makes dual-/multi-booting very
similar to on other hardware, providing a graphical OS selection upon
Have you completely removed OS X? If not, you may want to try using
the OS X recovery disk to repair your MBR and try again.
2009/5/22 Conor Mac Aoidh <conor at macaoidh.name>:
>> I just tried to install Fedora 10 on my macbook. I wiped everything during
> the installation and chose all the default installation options. When the
> installer was complete I rebooted and was greeted by a warning: "Missing
> Operating System". I thought that there might have been a problem in my
> installation so I did it again and was greeted by the same error afterwards.
>> I am using a MacBook 1.83 ghz, 2gb ram. Does anyone else have any experience
> installing Fedora on a macbook or can you tell me what could be wrong?
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