Re: Booting GNU/Linux...
On Sun, 02 Jun 2002 14:52:45 -0300
Daniel Bolgheroni <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Yes, and yes. It's a MacOS app that launches Linux. With BootX, you
> >start up in MacOS, then once it's set up you can launch into Linux at
> >the first opportunity. So startups take a little longer, and you have
> >to keep at least a minimal MacOS on your drive.
> >The nvsetenv didn't help? Maybe try this one in addition:
> >nvsetenv boot-file Linux
> >This tells quik to load the 'Linux' label from the quik.conf, which
> >should be your installation.
> What program should I run to open a .sit file? I'm using a MacOS v7.5.3
> and I think this version have no program to open this kind of file.
> I've tried to run the command 'nvsetenv boot-file Linux' but with no
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