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

On (25/07/05 18:13), Rainer Gutkas wrote:
> Hi there!
> Maybe I'm just to dumm to complete this task, because I know I did it 
> once, but can't remember how.
> 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.
> So my first attempt was to boot from an startup disk, which failed of 
> the same cause.
> My harddisk is hda, the hfs partition hda7 and the root partition hda9.
> oh and from the partitioning program I saw that the startup-Partition of 
> the startup disk is hda6.
> So actually I don't know how to mount these devices during the setup 
> progress using a shell.
> mount -t hfs /dev/hda7 /mnt/macos

I recall having similar problems with a beige g3 and prompted by the
list got this working.  No doubt you've checked that you have the
necessary modules installed (for hfs).  What is the error you get, if



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