Re: yaboot killed after MacOS X update
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Carsten Friede 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?
This should work for you. I had that problem and this was from a post
in 2004 on the list. Boot to the OpenFirmware prompt by holding down
Command-O-F (I think; you may have to look that up) and then do the
following, where hd:9 would be whatever your boot partition should be.
For example, /dev/hda9 is hd:9:
0 > setenv boot-device hd:9,yaboot
0 > boot
Once back in, update /etc/yaboot.conf and run ybin -v.
All Things Computed
Registered Linux User #368650
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