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Re: 2.4 kernel

On Tue, Oct 10, 2000 at 01:24:27PM +0000, Cameron Berkenpas wrote:
> Wow. Thanks. So the file format is basically like that of lilo or at least
> close to it?

yes, see man quik.conf

> To set MacOS up with lilo, it would something like this?
> other = /dev/hda1   
>   table = /dev/hda
>   label = MacOS

heh no ;-)

quik does have an ability to boot macos but im not sure it works, iirc
it looks something likes this:


that might not be right, but what that is supposed to do is run the OF
command `bye' which usually boots macos on oldworld machines. 

another way that might work (assuming i have that $ syntax right) is 

$boot /AAPL,ROM

this would actually be the `correct' way to do things.

one caveat, on some oldworld machines MacOS, or the MacROM reset the
nvram settings to default on every boot, which would mean once you
boot macos you lose the boot-device setting and quik won't load
anymore, you would then have to use the BootVars app to change it
back.  it would be a good idea to write down what you get out of
ofpath and put into OF.

Ethan Benson

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