I am looking for information on how to incorporate bootloader support for a 2006 MacBookPro2,1 into different Linux Distros. This version of the MBP was unique in that it featured a 64-bit processor architecture with a 32-bit EFI. This makes for tons' o fun (read: frustration) when trying to boot/install other OS's. A few distros (Ubuntu namely) used to feature AMD64+mac images that contained the necessary kernel and bootloader to be able to boot successfully on this platform. I would like to know the process for building these images so I can make my own bootable images for other distros. I would greatly appreciate insight and information from anyone who has experience with this process. Thanks!

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