Re: yaboot partition + /boot partition ?
> As I remember it, the biggest issue was that if you mark it as a type
> of Apple_HFS so that you can mount it from macos it will become
> unbootable after it gets mounted by the macos.
Right, this is well documented, but unrelated: I'm talking about
mounting the Apple_bootstrap partition as /boot under GNU/Linux, not
changing its type to Apple_HFS.
> One of the reasons people wanted yaboot on /boot was to write new
> kernels and configs from the macos.
??? I mean /boot under GNU/Linux. I don't want to mount it under Mac OS
X (except maybe manually if I need to fix a problem that prevents
booting into GNU/Linux).
> I think there were also worries about corrupting the filesystem due to
> bugs in the hfs and/or hfsplus drivers in Linux.
Is that still relevant today?