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Re: Installing onto a powerbook for the first time

On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 09:53:15PM +0100, Hani Jabr wrote:
> Dudes,
> I started installing Debian onto a powerbook (or any PowerPC hardware
> for that matter) for the first time.  When I originally set the system
> up I predicted that Linux may be on the cards at a later stage and I
> split the hard disk into 2, and left roughly half the disk unused.  I
> started the install and immediately ran into the problem of trying to
> get it to boot given I was trying to preserve the Mac OS 9 and X
> partitions.  So now I'm stuck.  Is there any way out without trashing
> the existing partition or throwing hardware at it?

You haven't given us enough details to be able to help. The system 
is designed to accommodate your situation, so just saying you're stuck 
gives us nothing to go on. Have you read the manual in my .sig? What
version are you installing? Yada, yada.

*------v--------- Installing Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 --------v------*
|      <http://www.debian.org/releases/woody/installmanual>      |
|   debian-imac (potato): <http://debian-imac.sourceforge.net>   |
|            Chris Tillman        tillman@voicetrak.com          |
|                   May the Source be with you                   |

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