I would like to install Ubuntu on a fresh SSD that is currently not encrypted.
My current system contains (among others) an SSD, fully encrypted using Truecrypt on which Windows 8 is installed.
How would I go about installing Ubuntu without messing up the Truecrypt bootloader?
I noticed there was a somewhat similar question here: Can Ubuntu be installed on Windows 7 drive that is encrypted with Truecrypt?
but it does not really answer the question on what to do when there already is a Truecrypt bootloader on the MBR.
I want to avoid issues with bootloaders, I don't really care which bootloader comes first, as long as I can boot into both systems.
I'm want to be able to do this simply by making the right choices during installation.