Attempted to do a fresh install of Ubuntu by following the procedure found here: Clean install Ubuntu on a dual boot with Windows
I assumed that the fact that it was for Vista instead of OS X was inconsequential. My base OS is Yosemite.
Now when rEFInd starts up, I still see the option for OS X and Ubuntu but no option for installing Ubuntu.
When I click the Ubuntu option it says "error: no such partition. entering recovery mode"
Any ideas on how to resolve this? Any and all input would be greatly appreciated!
I attempted to start up GParted again to see if I missed something and now rEFInd isn't seeing it either? Don't know if this is useful info? Does Gparted depend on the presence of Ubuntu?
1) Base OS: Yosemite
2) What media device you are installing Ubuntu from: DVD+R
3) Your method before it stopped working: Not sure exactly what you mean by method. I was attempting to get my WiFi working (It works for OS X but didn't work for Ubuntu, GParted, or Tails. but I'll cross that bridge later). I used rEFInd to load it, and used GParted to delete it.