I've successfuly installed a triple boot of OSX, WinXP and Ubuntu Jaunty on my Mac Pro (the OSX is on it's own HD in the first drive bay, and the XP and Ubuntu are on a drive in the last bay)
When I boot up using rEFIt, I get all three options, and they all boot fine, but I also get 2 extra options to "boot legacy OS from HD" which both boot XP when I select them. It's not a big deal, as I am able to use all three OSs I wanted to, but I'd love to get rid of those other two options in the boot menu since they are redundant.
Any ideas would be appreciated
- I've discovered that when removing the storage drive from bay 3, one of the legacy OS options disappears. The other one appears to be coming from the HD in bay one that also has OSX on it. Is it possible that there is something in the formatting of these drives that somehow looks like an operating system to rEFIt even though none exists?