Satellite L305-S5939 - Dual boot with Linux

I recently bought the notebook title mentioned for my studies in computer programming that will require me to dual boot with Linux.
I decided to use Ubuntu and their instructions for upward the dual boot parameters are simple.

However, I heard from people having problems with the settings of the BIOS on other brands when said is finished.
Before I embark on this journey, I want to just make sure that everything is set to avoid problems.

Unfortunately, I have not found much information about Dual boot with Linux and Toshiba L305s.
Other than the basic principles of what I need to do before installing?

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I think that a dual boot on the Satellite L305 should not be a problem because you can do it on every laptop or PC.

If you want Ubuntu you should take a look on Wubi
http://wubi-Installer.org/
It of pretty easy to use and in my opinion the best way to install Ubuntu on a system dual boot.

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