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I have installed Darwin x86 (version 602) on my computer, and I cannot boot
it... The installation seems to be finished successfully, and it's impossible
to boot the OS.
Here are more details about what I did:
1. I created two partitions (with partition magic):
/dev/hdb2 == /dev/disk1s2 == 10 MiB
/dev/hdb3 == /dev/disk1s3 == 3 GiB
I changed the identifier of these partitions with fdisk under Linux (t to
change the ID, then w to write MBR)
Then I run the installation from the bootable CD-Rom. [...]
/dev/hdb1 = extended partition (contains hdb5 which is reiserfs)
/dev/hdb2 = boot for darwin (primary partition)
/dev/hdb3 = root for darwin (primary partition)
My computer boots from /dev/hda. Grub is installed on this disk. WinXP and
Linux work well.
I added an entry for darwin, in grub.conf:
Can darwin be installed inside an extended partition (like /dev/hda5) ? Linux
can, Windows can't.
|>booting darwin (From: "Francois Dupoux" <email@hidden>)|
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