How do I install ubuntu 9.10 on a new macbook without erasing OSx 10.5?
*This is my very first post, I know little (possibly nothing) about software, but it's finals week and I need something to distract me from finals!
I have a fairly new macbook (aluminum body) and want to dual boot ubuntu 9.10 and OSx 10.5.
I have 9.10 on a CD and am trying to install it, but the only options for installing it are re-partitioning the hard drive in linux or erasing OSx. (neither of which I can do). I'd like to install ubuntu and dual boot it so I can save the work I do in it and not need to use parallels. I've partitioned my hard drive to 140GB and 20GB- but I'm not sure what else to do.
Also I'm having problems setting up wifi- there doesn't appear to be any 'wireless network' option, only 'wired network'. Right clicking only brings up 'enable networking' and not 'enable wireless'.
I apologize if this is not the right place for these questions- any advice would be helpful.