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Re: Oldworld-Mac:Howto copy the kernel to an hfs partition during istallation?

albi@scii.nl schrieb:

On Mon, 25 Jul 2005 18:13:05 +0200
Rainer Gutkas <Rainer.Gutkas@kstp.at> wrote:

The problem is that I try to set up Ubuntu-Warty as server OS on my G3
Powerbook Wallstreet, which is old-world. So I got the installation-kernel, but don't know how to get the kernel warty installed onto the hfs partition with bootx on it.

i assume here that you installed ubuntu successfully but it gives you a
boot-up prob.

So my first attempt was to boot from an startup disk, which failed of the same cause.

fast&dirty solution :
download a kernel somewhere from the net within MacOS, then boot with
bootX into your installed ubuntu and from there mount your
MacOS-partition and copy the ubuntu-kernel there

Wow cool, I could have thoght of that, I did exactly this with bootx,....
So actually I got no running warty-PPC round, but that can be done in no time.

Thanks a lot!

fn:Rainer Gutkas
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title:Bakk. techn. (B.Sc.)

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