Re: yaboot killed after MacOS X update
Carsten Friede <email@example.com> wrote:
> I recently updated my MacOS X to 10.3.8 and after that my boot manager
> was lost! There was no boot menu anymore, nothing but starting MacOS
> by default. How can I install yaboot again, without a complete
> reinstallation of my whole system?
If your bootstrap partition was remapped, boot on a debian-installer
CD, grab a shell, run mac-fdisk and remap it back to its proper
Mac OS X can't deal with remapped partitions. If this isn't the
problem you're facing, then I have no idea. I got rid of OS X on my PB
months ago already...
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