I got a Macbook Pro 9,1 (mid 2012) and plan on finally switching from MacOS X as main system and Windows for games, to Ubuntu as main one and MacOS X just for firmware updates.
How would I do that, while still being able to use the full disk encryption from the Ubuntu installer (so easy). because last time I tried, w/ my MacOS X volume fully encrypted, w/ recovery, Ubuntu would only let me use fde, if I had erased the whole disk again and started over.
MacOS X full disk encryption isn't really needed, if I plan on just keeping it around for updates to the hardware. Or would you just kill MacOS X altogether? And boot it from an external hd, if there's a hardware update available, or I wanna edit/disable my firmware password.