I've tried everything.
I have Ubuntu on a bootable USB that I imaged with Unetbootin. When the USB is in REFINED prompts me at start up with the options, and I am able to run Linux just fine.
I see a lot of videos demonstrating to install and it shows that there is an option that says 'Install alongside OSX' when installing from the USB, but mine does not have that option.
I have tried to create a partition with Disk Utility, and then install it manually from the USB to the partition that I created, which seemed to work. It took ~10 minutes and displayed all your normal downloading/installing screens, and then appeared to be finished.
When I rebooted it was there with a password login and everything. When I booted back into OSX and took the USB out, the next time I rebooted I no longer saw the option for Ubuntu...
Any ideas?submitted by /u/Ski-Bummin
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