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Ok, I've found a solution to this issue: Once you that screen appears, hold the Host+F1 key (it should show the Ubuntu console), and then then the Host+F7 combination (goes back to the Ubuntu installation window). Before you do that just make sure you have the Function keys set to act as normal function keys on OSX.
I have exactly the same problem - I believe this is Ubuntu problem. I installed Windows 7 without problems. I also installed different distro of Linux (mint) but then it is very slow. Playing a bit I managed to install Ubuntu 14.10 - I believe that there is driver problem in Ubuntu (or in general Linux) not working properly with AMD driver in Yosemite.
I was searching for exactly the same. For me, qpdfview works like a charm. Annotations and text highlighting is recognised in Adobe Reader (Linux version 9, Windows. iOS). Editing done on the aforementioned platforms are recognised by qpdfview as well. It allows you to delete annotations and highlighting too, and stores annotations in the PDF. It is free, ...
I got the same problem on my IMac Retina and here is how I fixed it: go to "Virtual Machine", "settings", "Display", then check box "Use full resolution for Retina dislay" Everything turns beautiful... Enjoy!
@Burak I also had considerable difficulty getting ubuntu to install for different reasons (first of which I am running OS X 10.7, Lion), however I did succeed in getting the amd64 image to install 'alongside'. There are a few things that are inconsistent with your post. First thing, is rEFIt is the older (non-supported EFI loader). You need to use rEFInd ...
By chance I could fix it myself. The command parameters "-o 0,80" as written in many tutorials on the net seem not to work and even more irritating efibootmgr does not complain a second about it. The correct command is sudo efibootmgr 0000,0080 Like that everything works fine.
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