I currently have all my Linux files on one ext3 partition.
I would like to move all of my boot files to a separate partition (with a filesystem that I can mount (r/w) in Mac OS X)
It would have to be HFS, HFS+ (preferable), MSDOS (FAT12, 16 or 32), or UFS.
That way I can, mount it in OSX, run the bless command, add my own volume icon and labelfile, and use my firmware's built in boot menu instead of that awful rEFIt.
If that's impossible, I can move the boot files to an ext2 volume, which the firmware can boot from, but I can't bless them if I do that.
I was able to do something like this when I was using Fedora. Is there a way I can do this in Ubuntu?