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Re: Booting mol from a file (was: Re: reinstalling MacOS without wiping a Debian setup (partition, boot))

On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 08:36:13PM -0300, Rogério Brito wrote:
> On Sep 09 2002, Jesus Climent wrote:
> > You can use "maconlinux" creating a file with "dd if=/dev/zero
> > of=/opt/macos9.bin bs=1M count=1024".
> > 
> > Then install the maconlinux using that file as the "file system" where
> > you want to install MacOS9.
> 	But how do you actually boot from the file? The obvious
> 	methods of treating the file as a block device didn't work for
> 	me. I suspect that the problem was that the file didn't have a
> 	partition table.
> 	Are there any hints for getting mol working with debian's
> 	woody? Or are you running a newwer mol?

From my molrc.conf:

        blkdev:   /opt/macos -rw -force


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