RE: stack overflow during install on iBook
Awesome. I didn't think the boot loader would cause such weird problems,
but I'm currently looking at a network install in process, so it's working
Thanks Stephen (and others who helped out)!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Judd [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2000 2:08 PM
> To: Stephen Judd
> Cc: Aaron Pierce; Benjamin Herrenschmidt;
> Subject: Re: stack overflow during install on iBook
> On Thu, 22 Jun 2000 07:40:45 Stephen Judd wrote:
> > 2. Put the yaboot binary and an uncompressed kernel in the top
> level of the
> > drive.
> > 3. Edit yaboot.conf. I used the one at the Yellow Dog Linux
> site as a model.
> > You need to figure out what OF calls your boot drive. I used
> BBEdit to make
> > sure that I didn't screw up the line endings under MacOS. (BBEdit rocks,
> > btw).
> > 4. Boot into OF, and type the magic phrase:
> > boot hd;x,yaboot
> > where x is the number of your drive. Do not put a space after the comma,
> > like your fingers want to, or OF will get confused.
> Too early in the morning.