I am trying to install Ubuntu again on a Macbook Pro (5.2) on which I had Ubuntu running about a year and a half or so ago. Since then I have removed my DVD drive and replaced it with a second internal HD.
I am therefore to install from USB stick. I tried a number of ISO's from Ubuntu and Kubuntu to no avail. Imho this one :kubuntu-12.04-alternate-amd64+mac: should boot.
I got refind install and can boot from the stick I create following http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-mac-osx
However booting just results in a black screen and I can not even change to different kernel parameters for the boot or whatever.
I know that the usb stick creation works since I can actually create a Fedora 19 iso that will boot that way and fail later on. However no luck with Ubuntu, which is what I would like to use.
So is there some specific iso that I should try or some other trick I can use to get Ubuntu running again?