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Re: Switching from BootX to quik

On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 11:16:52 -0500, Rich Johnson
<rjohnson@dogstar-interactive.com> wrote:

> Modern quik supports initrd.  I have an old-world 7200 which, after a
> dist-upgrade, is happily running sarge/testing (3.1?) with a stock 2.6
> kernel.  Here's the relevant info:

I can run Debian on a 7200/120 _without_ any MacOS partition ? 
Is my understanding correct ? 

<eyeing my 7200/120 with a new look>

I don't have a MacOS that works on the 7200, so can I do the install
without MacOS ?  Or do I need MacOS to do the install and then
I can blow it away ? 

I would really love to know the steps needed to get my 7200
to be a pure Linux system.  How much RAM do I need or should 
have on the system ? I'm just going to use it as a mail/web server
or maybe as a firewall.  And if possible, keep it headless.



Mehul N. Sanghvi
email: mehul.sanghvi@gmail.com

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