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If the diagnosis that there's a problem with the partition table is accurate, I recommend you install the gdisk package in Ubuntu (or download and install the Mac version from Sourceforge), launch it on your disk, and use the v option to check for errors. If you find any, check the gdisk documentation on repairing the disk or report back here with details. ...
Actually, a solution there is. I made a similar question on this site here: Set Ubuntu partition back to active and boot with Chameleon The difference is that I've done a triple boot, not dual, which is harder on just a HDD. This is what you have to do. Prepare your OS X DVD (prepared with Unibeast or something like which works on PCs, a DVD is always ...
The answer is simple: You can't install OSX in a non-Apple system. It just doesn't work. Apple systems check for a specific chip and refuse to run or install without it - this is called the system management controller, and in effect is a glorified fan controller amongst other things. Of course, there is a workaround for everything but that doesn't ...
Newer versions of Okular can save annotations directly to the PDF file. By default, the annotations are saved in the local directory for each user. However, if you choose "File" -> "Save as..." you will be able to save your annotations in a new PDF file, so that they are visible by any other PDF viewer. (See ...
I don't believe you need to remove the encryption. Just open up Disk Utility, select your primary drive(the drive, not a partition), click the 'Partition' tab and you should be able to carve out a chunk of the drive by resizing the rectangle representing your disk space. Then you can use Bootcamp(available in the App store) to make your machine multi-OS.
Open your terminal and install tasksel with sudo apt-get install tasksel and type as sudo tasksel There select Lamp server with space bar and then select ok as I have show in the image that will install lamp server in your Ubuntu automatically.
Try running sudo apt-get install lamp-server^ in a terminal and answering yes when it asks if you want to continue.
The MacOS has no internal system for mounting .iso image files. There may be third-party solutions for doing so (I have not searched for or needed any to make recommendations). Disk Utility will let you burn the .iso image to disc - drag the .iso file to the bottom of the Sources list in Disk Utility, select it, Control-click it and select "Burn to disc" ...
You're right, VirtualBox doesn't have guest additions for OSX. https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Guest_OSes They only list Mac OSX Server (Leopard, Snow Leopard) under Mac and even that doesn't have guest additions. It has something to do with licensing restrictions: https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=31104
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