Triple Booting

in Genius Bar edited January 2014
Hey guys, I have a mac book pro, and i love it, it is amazing. I currently have windows installed via bootcamp. But i have been seeing more and more of the Linux distribution Ubuntu, and I would like to take it for a spin. I know that they have live disks, but I would like to fully install it. So that would mean triple booting. I have seen some things that tell me that I need to partition and install ubuntu first, and then i need to use bootcamp to install windows. But since i already have windows installed, I was wondering if there is a way to install Ubuntu without having to do a full reinstall. I was also wondering, if I decide not to keep ubuntu, If i could recapture the partition to Mac OS X.



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    I would recommend using parallels the new version of parallels will boot your windows bootcamp partion. And their are a bunch of preconfigured for MB/P versions of linux including Ubuntu and fedora on torrents sites.
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