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Hello

 

This is my second Thread  :)

 

i have a working mac os x 10.9 mavericks on the wd 500gb hdd on the first partition ,second partition is for snow leopard but empty, third partition is ext4 ubuntu, fourth partition is ext4 debian, fifth partition is HFS+ for data only, sixth partition is EXT4 for data only , seventh is swap.

 

i installed ubuntu and debian to their partitions but cant boot them !
i thought that they would be recognized by clover efi but they aren't recognized :/

Clover is working normally without and able to boot os x without any problem.

 

System specs :

 

CPU : Core i7 4770 non k !

MB : ASUS MAXIMUS VI FORMULA

RAM : kingston HyperX BEAST 2x8 16GB kit

HDD : lots of stuff but i am using a western digital 500GB caviar green drive for testing , will be upgrading to intel series 320 160 GB SSD

GPU : ASUS Nvidia GTX 650 TI BOOST OC (I know that this gnu is irrelevant with the rest of the specs  :D this is my old gpu)

SPU : the internal ALC1150 for now.

WIFI+BLUETOOTH : included mpcie combo broadcom wifi and bt .

 

What can i do to make this work ?

 

Thanks :)

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Clover can easily chainload them via CSM GRUB, trying out another switch under 'boot' settings (PBR / LegacyBIOSdefaults) might have some effect also. UEFI linux booting might involve additional steps.

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this guide doesnt work for me, i actually looked at it b4 posting this thread...
windows installation doesnt work this way,linux installs normally but isnt bootable and i cant find the grub 2 files on the efi partition...

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