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Hello to all powerpc users still out there!
I've done a little data rescue and stored the saved data onto an
external firewire disk. For some reasons I choose the EFI / GPT
partition and used an ext3 partition on that device (done with an AMD
desktop). I had to give the data back and went out with my PowerBook
and the external disk ... to find out I couldn't mount it! Yes, I
know, first: test, second: use it
Got some hints and found out that debian lenny ppc and ubuntu 9.04
ppc both kernels have disabled EFI partitions in the kernel config.
Perhaps there's a reason for that?
Just for the sake of interoperability could it be set for the next
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