Is there a way to triple boot using clover or any other boot loader program with Windows 10, Linux, and OSX on to one drive on a laptop?
Install macOS and use Disk Utility to partition into three. Name the second partition "Windows 10" and the third one "Linux", formatting them both as FAT32 for now.
Restart and enter the boot menu with a bootable Windows 10 media installation. Perform a Custom Install. Install to the "Windows 10" partition and enter the advanced drive options. Format as NTFS. Your computer will reboot a few times.
Restart and enter the boot menu with bootable Linux installation media. Specify manual partitions and use "/" as the mount point. Remember the new partition name. Where it says "Ready to Install", go to "Advanced". Under "Device for boot loader installation", it should say something like "/dev/sda". Change this to the name of the Linux partition. Install.
Boot from an iBoot USB to boot into Linux and download "gptsync" from the distro repository. Open a terminal and enter "gptsync /dev/sda".
Restart, and it should automatically boot into Windows. Win+R and enter "diskmgmt.msc". Right-click the OS X/macOS partition and mark the partition as active. Reboot, and it should enter the Chameleon bootloader, which will list all three operating systems.
Thank you very much! I will definitely do this! I appreciate it!
No problem! Good luck!