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Am Donnerstag Juni 19 2003 04:14 schrieb skie`:I've used darwin sucessfully with the Windows bootloader & the
bsd bootloader, and I assume that lilo would work also, but as I
don't use linux, I have no way of checking.
i installed windows/bsd first, then darwin, no problems what so
I installed Darwin just for fun on my linuxbox (SuSE and FreeBSD on
the first harddisk, Darwin and RedHat on the second harddisk).
Linux and FreeBSD were started by GRUB, unfortunatly I don't find,
how to start Darwin with GRUB.
Darwin is installed on the second hd in the first and the second
primary partition. Why wish Darwin two partitions (booter and
root?); FreeBSD takes one.
Know anyone, what I have to write in the menu.lst of GRUB? Or, how
to start Darwin from CD? For example, SuSE-Linux offers booting
from a CD and starting the system, which is installed on hd. I use
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