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Old 03-02-2010, 10:45 AM   #1
stlyebaby
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Hi, I have install the ubuntu 9.10 on my macbook pro running on snow leopard.

I see lots of errors especially on the usb driver.

And I have download the lastest update and after updating the ubuntu 9.10 the whole computer went in hang mode. i cannot do anything but just to resinstall my snow leopard and reload every thing and then i dare not install ubuntu again and worse there is no way i can boot into mac or ubuntu.

please let me what is happening
 
Old 03-02-2010, 10:52 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by stlyebaby View Post
Hi, I have install the ubuntu 9.10 on my macbook pro running on snow leopard.

I see lots of errors especially on the usb driver.

And I have download the lastest update and after updating the ubuntu 9.10 the whole computer went in hang mode. i cannot do anything but just to resinstall my snow leopard and reload every thing and then i dare not install ubuntu again and worse there is no way i can boot into mac or ubuntu.

please let me what is happening
Ok, you've got a problem of some sort. But since you don't post any of the actual error(s), or give details on WHAT you downloaded, how you installed it, what USB devices you have, etc., there's nothing we can do.

Since you've got a Macbook, put in the recovery CD/DVD that came with it, and restore your Mac OS.
 
Old 03-02-2010, 01:56 PM   #3
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More detail is needed but I suspect there is a bios come partition issue going on, not to mention where have you put the bootloader? I think 9.10 uses grub2 which was experimental when 9.10 was released.

Fred.
 
  


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