So recently I have been trying to install these three OS-s next to each other. BUt not the way that you would think. As mentioned in the title, I have 2 SSDs, not three, or one. On one of my SSDs, I have Windows 10 running for a year now, and I use it as my main OS. And on the other SSD, I would like to have a MacOS Mojave, and Ubuntu next to each other. You see, the problem is, that these two OS-s does not respect each other’s bootloaders. What I am saying, is that MacOS wants to use Clover (and I want to use that, too), while Ubuntu tries to install Grub2. I have been messing around with this for 3 days now, but none of my setups worked. I tried everything, but there are 2 dead ends, that I could reach:
1.: Ubuntu basically takes over my computer, and when I turn it on, it boots to Ubuntu, instead of letting me choose what OS I would like to start, with clover. If i try to boot clover from the BIOS, Ubuntu, starts up like nothing happened. I can still reach Windows from the BIOS manually, but not MacOS or clover.
2.: After I install Ubuntu, it….. disappears? Well, it is somewhere there on the SSD, next to the MacOS, but I couldn’t boot it, not even from the BIOS.
So basically, I would like to get help, since I had a lot of trouble with this, but I really want to get this work. I followed several tutorials and suggestions on the internet, but none of them have seemed to work. I accept any kind of help, and thanks in advance to everybody. 🙂