I plan to dual boot my MacBook Pro 2018 (10.14.3) with ubuntu 18.04.02
Τhe relevant guides one can find by googling a bit suggest to have
refind boot manager installed.
When I try to download and install it, I get:
./refind-install Not running as root; attempting to elevate privileges via sudo.... ShimSource is none Installing rEFInd on OS X.... Installing rEFInd to the partition mounted at /Volumes/ESP Found rEFInd installation in /Volumes/ESP/EFI/refind; upgrading it. **** ALERT: SIP ENABLED! **** You are attempting to upgrade an existing installation, but it appears that System Integrity Protection (SIP) is enabled. If rEFInd is working now, then this is fine; you can upgrade your existing rEFInd. If rEFInd is not working, though, re-installing from this boot will not help. To re-enable rEFInd, you must re-install it from a Recovery system or from another OS. To enter the Recovery system and re-install rEFInd: 1. Reboot 2. Hold down Command+R as the chime sounds 3. When the OS has booted, select Utilities->Terminal 4. Change to this directory with the 'cd' command; it will probably be under /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Users/pkaramol/Downloads/refind-bin-0.11.2 5. Re-run this script. For more on this subject, see http://www.rodsbooks.com/refind/sip.html Do you want to attempt installation (Y/N)? N Exiting!
1.: I assume this means
refind is already installed, right?
2: Does this mean that by installing
ubuntu on a separate partition (I have already created via the
Disk Utility) will prompt me for OS selection on next reboot? (provided that
ubuntu installation is successful).