On Sat, 2003-03-01 at 11:38, Clive Menzies wrote: > Hi > > I had similar trouble on my G4 which was solved by installing a later > version of yaboot than the one that ships with woody. > > I've installed Yaboot-1.3.8-rc4 which works fine "out of the box". > > Since then there have been 2 more releases of yaboot, the latest being > 1.3.10 > > Yaboot 1.3.10 is as always available from: > http://penguinppc.org/projects/yaboot/ > and > http://www.alaska.net/~erbenson/yaboot/ I've installed the 1.3.10 but I have troubles too: If I make ofpath /dev/hdc (my HD in Debian) it tells me that not such device but if I make /dev/hdb it tells me ultra1: I have tested the following yaboot.conf: boot=/dev/hdb9 // hdc9 in Linux is my bootstrap partition device=ultra1: partition=11 //that's my root partition ... ... image=/vmlinux label=linux root=/dev/hdb11 read-only Then when I make ybin it tells me: hmount /dev/hdb9 error opening medium ybin /dev/hdb9 appears to have never had a bootstrap installed, please run mkofboot. My hdc9 in linux is my bootstrap partition (fdisk tells me) but if I change hdb - hdc it says that the hdc it's not supported. Any sugerence? Any person can offer me the yaboot.conf? I have hdc9 bootstrap partition, 10 swap, 11 root, 13 var, 14 usr and 15 home. Thanks in advance! -- Alejandro Sanchez Acosta firstname.lastname@example.org GNU is not Unix. email@example.com GNU Spain is not Unix. firstname.lastname@example.org GNOME the GNU Desktop.
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