rEFIt is a boot menu and maintenance toolkit for EFI-based machines like the Intel Macs. You can use it to boot multiple operating systems. If you just want to try out rEFIt without affecting your computer, you can burn rEFIt to a CD-R (or CD-RW) and boot from that. The distributed. I upgraded to OS X Mavericks a few days ago. The OS X upgrade worked fine, and there were no visible changes to the rEFIT menu. However.
2: Apple_HFS rEFIt MB disk2s2. /dev/disk3 You may need to do something with rEFIt. BTW, rEFIt isn't compatible with Mavericks. I updated to Mavericks (os x ) a few days ago and finding it near . I am using a MBA late upgraded to Mavericks, use rEFIt, fail to use. users installing recent versions of Ubuntu (e.g., Maverick, Precise, Quantal. . Install rEFIt and make sure it is working (you should get a boot.
The rEFit toolkit that we are using for the previous guide won't work anymore in OS X Yosemite. To fix this, we will be using rEFInd, which is a fork of the rEFIt boot . Originally, I dual booted os X Mavericks with Linux Mint. rEFIt just launches GRUB; there's no real "sync" between the two programs. Chances are you've got a BIOS-mode GRUB installation with a.