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Re: PowerPC Base Files

Both will hopefully be supported.  BootX requires MacOS, and that is
good for the occasional user - but bad for the dedicated user.  I do
NOT want a macos partition on my current drive particularly, and
chrp/prep/other assorted rs6000's do not necessarily support macos.


On Sat, Oct 17, 1998 at 11:55:07AM -0600, Brad Midgley wrote:
> Dan,
> Do you plan to have the installer (and later Linux) launched via broken
> firmware or are you incorporating BenH's BootX? I'd advocate the latter if
> it isn't too distasteful to require that MacOS be supported and installed
> on the machine. 
> Brad
> > They're for the use of the (not yet created) installer.  You only need
> > the large one.
> > 
> > Dan
> > 
> > 
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