Re: would this break my debian installation?
Did you make and hfs filesystem on the target partition? The
installer won't take unfilesystemed free space (otherwise it would
probably offer to install on your GNU/Linux partitions, as well);
there has to be something there. If you haven't done "hformat
/dev/whatever", that will probably do the trick. It's what I've done
when I've successfully installed OS X after GNU, though not through mol.
On Mon, Apr 07, 2003 at 10:20:39AM -0600, Gary Sandine wrote:
> Yeah as far as I know, that's the case, too. Although I _did_
> create a partition for OS X to claim, and it would not use it
> (I had attempted to duplicate the partition scheme from a
> previous OS X/Debian PPC dual boot system). The installer
> scanned for available volumes for the install, and "found" none.
> There seemed to be no alternative to using that lovely disk utility.