Install without HFS drive?
I've started a second linux partition on my system and I would like to
make it into an alternate boot partition. I do not know how to
copy /dev files (among others) to mirror the file system. I imagine that
would also have problems because /usr/bin files would not be around for
startup scripts. So...
I would like to do a new Woody installation on this new partition with
it's own feature set.
However, I installed from an HFS-compatible booter, and it appears my HFS
booter will not work on an ext2 volume.
Is there a Debian booter/install script that will run on an ext2 drive
for PowerPC systems? Can I use the same swap space? Any other