Re: yaboot killed after MacOS X update
I recently updated my MacOS X to 10.3.8 and after that my boot
1. Boot into Linux (for example by holding the option key at boot
lost! There was no boot menu anymore, nothing but starting MacOS by
default. How can I install yaboot again, without a complete
of my whole system?
2. Make sure your /etc/yaboot.conf is correctly configured.
3. run "ybin -v"
At least that did work for me after playing around with that disk-util
Okay, I see. I did not made myself clear.
After that update, there was no prompt anymore, where I could enter "l"
or "x". The only thing which came, was the apple logo and OS X booting.
My thought of repairing this was to boot with a live-cd, access the
linux, grab my old configuration and do another run of ybin -v -C
But that failed. Yaboot complains about a ofpath, which could not be
found. So, I finally gave up and installed new.
The next time I update OS X, I want to avoid this procedure. Is there
any chance to?