MacBook SantaRosa 3.1.
rEFIt installed and working beautifully.
Used BootCamp to partition as per the instructions in this Forum's Apple Users FAQ: 80g for OSX, 80g for Gusty. Took several tries, but Gusty installed.
However, didn't get much further than that. Every attempt to update using Adept Installer crashed. Soon, Gusty stopped booting at all. I'd get the logon screen, I'd logon, the screen flickers a few times, then I get the logon screen again.
So, am now trying to install Hardy from a CD. However; somewhere in there my Kubuntu partition seems to have split in half. Specifically, when I try to install Hardy from CD, I go to manual partition, and I get the following overview of my drive:
SCSI3 (0,0,0) (sda) - 160.0GB ATA ST9160821AS
3.1kB Free Space
#1 209.7MB B Fat32 EFI System P
#2 79.36GB hfs+ Customer
134.2MB FREE SPACE
#3 39.5GB ext3 untitled
38.5GB FREE SPACE
#4 2.2GB B ext3
#5 168.2MB F swap swap
I tried going into BootCamp to fix the partitions, but the error I get is:
The Startup Disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition.
The Startup Disk must be formated as a single Mac OS extended (journaled) volume or already partitioned by BootCamp for installing Windows.
So ... Help! Is it possible to merge those two 39.5g/38.5g partitions? How?
Thanks in advance...