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Re: updating yaboot

On Sat, Apr 12, 2003 at 10:36:32PM -0400, Raymond Born wrote:
> I am a Linux beginner with a Mirror-door Dual1GHZ.
> I have tried endlessly to get both Mandrake or Debian Linux to boot on 
> this system.
> I have 3 drives, 2 in the ATA-100, 1-ATA 33 (Linux Drive)  in the ATA 
> 66.
> I have properly partitioned and installed.  This last time I did not 
> even install 1.3.6 yaboot onto the apple bootstrap, knowing I need 
> 1.3.10 to work on my machine.
> How do I manually install yaboot without being able to see that drive 
> from OSX?  Can I see it from OS9 or some other means?

Boot the installer again, and copy yaboot-1.3.10 from one of your
Mac partitions, or download it directly using wget. Then after 
you have the new yaboot installed at /target/usr/lib/yaboot/yaboot,

chroot /target /bin/bash
mount -t proc /proc /proc
ybin -v


Chris Tillman
- Linux Rox -

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