I have been given a Beige Mac G3/233/96Mb/4Gb
I would like to use Linux and Mac OS dual boot on it.
I have installed Debian Woody on a 2nd 200Mb hard drive to check everything
is Ok and it works well. But I would like to give Linux some more space.
Is there any way to split the 4Gb main drive in half and allocate 2gb to Mac
OS and 2 gb to Linux?
I do not have the MAC OS 8.1 system disk. I have borrowed a copy of 9.1 but
I can't persuade it to boot. I have tried holding down 'c' and selecting
the CDROM as the startup disk.
Are there any non destructive partitioners for Mac like Partition Magic for
Any other idea?
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