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[Guia] Dual Boot - OS X 10.9 e Ubuntu 14.04 LTS - Clover

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Esse guia ensina como instalar este maravilhoso sistema do Pinguim com o OS X Mavericks.


O processo é simples, mas requer muita atenção. 


 


Esse metodo funciona com qualquer versão do Ubuntu, desde as mais antigas até as que virão. Escolhi essa versão LTS, pois diferente das outras, oferece suporte oficial garantido durante 5 anos. LTS = Long Term Support.


 


Pré-requisitos:


 


Site oficial do Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.


Se na sua maquina há o sistema Windows disponível, baixe o app Unebootin. E baixe a versão para Windows.


Use um Pendrive com no mínimo 4GB.


Deixe uma partição livre, de no mínimo 50 GB (dependendo do seu uso), formatada em FAT32.


Use uma conexão com Internet, seja cabeada ou Wifi. Isso poupa muitos trabalhos futuros.


 


Configuração e Instalação.


 


1- Abra o Unebootin (ele é um app não instalavel, apenas clique e abra), e deixe como a imagem abaixo.


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Depois de gravar, reinicie o PC. Vá nas opções do BIOS e selecione o pendrive para dar boot.


Nota: Como estamos usando o Clover, repare que na frente do dispositivo, irá aparecer EFI, é esse que devemos selecionar, veja abaixo:


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Quando entrar, vai aparecer o menu de opções do Unebootin, vá na primeira: *Try Ubuntu without installing.


 


Espere o sistema iniciar, e vá no app Gparted.


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Selecione a partição (FAT32), no menu acima verá um ícone vermelho, e apague a partição.


No menu abaixo verá que a descrição é unallocated, clique com o botão direito e no menu formate para EXT4.


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Nota: Se for usar a opção Hibernar ou deixar o Ubuntu muito tempo em suspensão, aconselho criar uma partição SWAP. 


É recomendado deixar ela com o tamanho maior que sua memoria RAM. Ex: 4GB de RAM, SWAP seria 8GB.


 


Reduza a partição do Ubuntu. Veja como fiz na print abaixo.


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Agora com tudo preparado para o Ubuntu, vamos seguir a instalação.


Clique no icone do Desktop "Install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS".


 


Escolha seu idioma.


Depois deixe as opções como a imagem abaixo.


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Depois disso, vai aparecer a tela de opções de instalação do Ubuntu, se vai ser lado a lado com o OS X (ou Windows) mas essas primeiras não nos interessam, vai na ultima opção. Opção Avançada.


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Nota: Quando selecionarem essa opção, para aparecer a proxima tela vai demorar um bocado, não se preocupem não travou nem nada, só por razões desconhecidas demora mesmo.


 


Agora com aquela partição que você preparou para o Ubuntu (aqui substitui o Windows por isso na imagem aparece NTFS) vamos dizer que ela se chama sda3,  selecione com o botão direito e deixe assim:


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Atenção.


O Ubuntu usa como gerenciador de boot o Grub, mas como nós já estamos usando o Clover, ele ficara como secundario.


Por isso temos de instalar o Grub na partição do Ubuntu, que nesse guia usamos o sda3 como exemplo, então deixe como a imagem abaixo.


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Feito isso, instale, e espere o Ubuntu ajeitar as coisas. Quando terminar, ele vai dar 2 opções de continuar testando ou reiniciar, dai fica a seu critério.


Quando for reiniciar, vai aparecer a opção de entrada do Ubuntu no GUI do Clover.


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Na partição EFI, verá que tem uma pasta chamada ubuntu, não apague nem altere ela, pois é ai que está o Grub.


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Pronto, feito tudo isso, agora poderá ter o melhor de dois mundos.

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