Re: Re: replacing ydl with debian
Hey Jack ...that's what I wanted to hear!
I guess even if it does stuff up then it's not too much trouble, but it's good to hear that it all went straightforward for you; you give me hope ...I'll just go ahaed and do it.
>Ciao Peter Parkes, nel tuo messaggio dicevi:
>> I have recently installed yellow dog on my old powerbook g4, but I >want
>> to switch over to debian, which is what I run on most of my pc's.
>I switched from ydl to Debian on my iBook a few weeks ago.
>I simply popped the new Sarge CD and ran the installer.
>When asked for partitions, I just formatted the / and /boot partition, >and
>told the installer to mount my old /home as /home (straightforward, >isn't
>The install went fine, and I got my yaboot overwritten without >problems:
>OSX was still working and also my home data were there.
>The only thing I had to do has been chown'ing /home/user to the user, >but
>that was pretty it.
>Hope it helps, if you have any questions just ask!
>Best Regards, Jack
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