Re: munged yaboot.conf
I'm curious as to how it was done by someone else on this list back in
February. By what they wrote in the thread, they seemed to be able to
access the yaboot.conf from a shell obtained from the installer after
mounting the drive. I need to do the same thing on my system since I
installed debian on the 2nd drive. Here's the reference:
On 5/31/05, Jack Malmostoso <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 01 Jun 2005 06:10:07 +0200, james houston wrote:
> > What is the best direction to go then?
> This kind of sucks, since it's not enough to edit yaboot.conf but you also
> have to issue "ybin" on the CLI (that's why I hope Grub2 comes as soon as
> Try booting with a livecd (Ubuntu's will do just fine), chroot yourself
> into your linux partition and make all the changes you need. You will
> probably need to mount also your /proc filesystem (I remember I had to
> when I was in your situation).
> Good luck!
> Best Regards, Jack
> Linux user #264449
> Now on iBook!
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