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After a long work i succesfully install dual boot Linux (Bio linux 8) on a macbook Pro with Mac OSX El Capitan. First of all i install reFIND on mac and this helpfull utility give me the opportunity to select to start up linux from a USB drive. After the installation of ubuntu now reFIND doesn't start at first and only ubuntu get the priority so i can't choose between Mac and linux. How can i solve my problem (the partion Machintosh HD still present and even the boot/efi)?

Thank you

  • Bio Linux 8? Seems off topic. – mikewhatever Feb 19 '16 at 20:35
  • Try downloading and running the refind-mkdefault script in Ubuntu. This is not yet part of rEFInd, but will be with the next release. – Rod Smith Feb 19 '16 at 22:01
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You xan install rEFInd from ubuntu. It should then boot inyo that rEFInd, and be able to find the OSX installation.

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Press ESC at grub menu and type exit to get to the refind boot menu. If you sync your partition tables that may also help. Run boot-repair in Ubuntu if you can't sync them in refind and it will add the option to grub

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