Re: Booting 7200 without MacOS?
Buy another disk. Even if you dumped evey byte of macos, you would have ... 700
MB of disk! Geez. It just isn't enough. I was just there and did this exact
thing on this exact model, only mine was a 7200/75 ~:^) I bought a 4 gig disk
on ebay for $38. It was worth it.
Also, w/o macos, it is *extremely* difficult to boot Linux on this model. I
have not succeeded in doing that yet and have fairly determined that it might
not be worth the effort since I have BootX.extentions working OK.
Matthew Kirkwood wrote:
> I've just acquired a cheap Mac (7200/90) for the purpose
> of running Debian.
> It seems to work OK, but only has a 700Mb disk which I
> very much doubt will be enough for both for both Debian
> and MacOS. So, it would appear that my choices are:
> * buy another disk, or
> * dump MacOS
> If at all possible, I'd prefer the latter. It would
> appear possible to boot from a floppy, but there does
> not appear to be a suitable disk image available.
> Is my plan feasible?
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