enho estado a tentar instalar o Mac-OS + openSuse + Vista num Macbook pro, mas o quando chego a instalação final do vista o setup não encontra uma partição onde possa instalar. sda 1- rEFIt Partition 2- Mac OS 3- Suse 4- Vista Tenho estado a seguir = Ivan N. Zlatev BLoG http://i-nz.net/2007/05/14/apple-mac-triple-boot-howto/ E chego ao ultimo ponto (5), mas o Vista o setup nao encontra uma partição onde possa instalar. Alguém me pode ajudar ? thkx -----------------""-------------""------------- I - folowed Ivan N. Zlatev BLoG http://i-nz.net/2007/05/14/apple-mac-triple-boot-howto/ 1 - Partitioning Boot from your Mac OS X CD 1 and use Disk Utility from the menu on top to create one partition for Mac OS X, one Unix type partition and one FAT32 type partition. It appears that it is crucial to have the Windows partition as the last one, else Vista will complain and won’t even install and Windows XP will install, but will throw missing hal.dll error and won’t boot. 2 - Install Mac OS X Install Mac OS X and update it to the latest version. Reboot and install rEFIt. Reboot and use the sync tool (called “Partition Tool” in the menu) in the rEFIt menu to sync MBR to GPT. 3 - Install Windows Vista (setup NTFS partition) In Vista’s setup select the FAT32 partition, format it and install there. After the first reboot during the installation use rEFIt sync tool again. This is just to get the NTFS partition in place. Do not finish off the installation now, but rather procceed to the Linux installation. Windows won’t be able to boot after the sync anyway. 4 - Install Linux (openSUSE) Crucial elements during the installation of openSUSE before the first reboot: * Install Linux (yes, everything) on the single UNIX type partition. Use custom partitioning to format the UNIX type partition to ext3 and set mount point to /. Do not create a swap partition and do not even think about resizing partitions. * Set the boot loader to LILO, because GRUB will fail to install. * Install the boot loader in the boot record for the partition. REFIt can boot it fine and also the master boot record will be free for Windows later on. * Remove the Windows entry from the lilo menu, because it causes LILO’s installation to fail. Unfortunatly for unknown reasons to me after the first reboot during the installation the MBR partitioning table will be gone, so one has to use rEFIt to resync GPT and MBR. This of course will break lilo’s previous setup, so we have to reinstall it before continuing the installation. This can be done by boot from the openSUSE cd/dvd again and once the setup has loaded Ctrl + Fx to a terminal. From that point on we have to mount the partition where we have Linux installed and rerun lilo: mkdir /media/suse; mount /dev/sda3 /media/suse mount --bind /dev /media/suse/dev chroot /media/suse lilo -v Reboot and resync GPT/MBR once more (so that rEFIT sets proper partition types) and then reboot for the last time. You should see OS X, Windows (won’t boot) and Linux icons in the rEFIt menu now. Select the Linux one and finish your openSUSE installation. 5 - Install Windows Vista Run the Windows Vista installation from the start (again by formatting the partition) to end now. Do not sync MBR/GPT after!