Re: Can't boot 3.0 (woody) on a PowerMac 6500
Thanks very much for the help. I don't know how I missed it. The install
doc does mention BootX. I had to search on the CD to find linux.bin. The
doc explains only how to download it. Once I found it, I got booted just
On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 09:27 PM, Chris Tillman wrote:
As Falk mentioned, you need to change the kernel selected by BootX
to the kernel that came with the distribution, linux.bin. It should
be placed in the Linux Kernels folder.
Make Floppies has never worked.
The manual does explain how to figure out what quik wants and manually
set it, but if BootX works and you don't mind it that's easier.