I'm preparing to build my own PC, with Ubuntu as the OS.
I've downloaded Ubuntu 12.04, and burned the ISO file onto a CD using Disk Utility, following the instructions on http://www.ubuntu.com/download/help/...-cd-on-mac-osx
The CD contains a variety of folders and files.
I wanted to try Ubuntu out from the CD, but have failed at the first hurdle. I'm used to rebooting holding down the C key, but my current machine simply boots into its installed OS, Mac OS 10.4.11.
My machine is a G4 17" PowerBook (1.33 GHz). I do not want to install Ubuntu on this machine.
I can't believe I'm that incapable but am willing to have it demonstrated to me. Can anyone enlighten me as to what I'm doing wrong?
(I burnt two disks, one with the 64 bit version, the other with the 32 bit version. I'm trying to use the 32 bit disk with my PB.)