Hello all, I have both an 08 Mac Pro and an 09 MacBook Pro, and I would love to have a real Ubuntu installation on both of them, however, I want to know if there is a way to do it without using GRUB. On the Mac Pro, I would designate an entire drive to it, but on the MacBook it would have to be a dual boot of my SSD. I've previously done this on my MacBook using rEFIt, and was not pleased with the results. I've recently installed Windows 8 through EFI on my Mac Pro, and I'm just wondering if there's a way to do this without using rEFIt or the GRUB bootloader. My Mac Pro has a GTX 660 in it, not flashed, so I don't have a boot screen, which is why I don't want to use rEFIt. Has anyone tried this and/or succeeded? I'm just getting sick of running Linux in a VM, and would love to make full use of my hardware when working. Thanks! -N EDIT: I have found this article - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFIBooting It mentions using rEFIt, though I would really much rather have my system be able to function the way it does with my Windows install - always default OS X as the startup disk, and allowing me to Option+Boot into Linux. Is this possible through this method?