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Re: Booting PowerMac G3 OldWorld....

On Mon, Jun 10, 2002 at 04:11:07PM -0500, Corey Kovacs wrote:
> That's not worked either. devalias tells me that
> ide0 is set to /pci/mac-io/ide@20000 so I do...
> setenv boot-device ide0/ata-disk@0:9
> then try booting by typing "boot" but it give a similar error...
> typing in the whole path does me no good either....
> Question, if I can eventually use quik, do I need the Mac OS installed?

Yes, you can do away with MacOS if quik works.

Did you run the Make hard Disk Bootable step in the installer? That's
what actually installs quik to the boot block. The nvsetenv part is
just to set the OpenFirmware variable, which seems not to be the 

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