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Ok, I think I understand what I need to do. Copy the essentail files to my Mac OS locations, reboot, choose MkLinux and then get the source form my other machine via one of the supplied methods.
Which brings me to another question: Drive setup has two settings for MkLinux "default" and "preferred". Selecting preferred gives me 60 Mb for Mac OS. and then splits the remaining space into root, user and swap.
Cool. But obviously I can't do a full install of OS 9 into 60 megs. Must be I just copy essentials, right? What do I need, just the System Folder?
|>Re: Installing MkLinux from an OS X machine on my local network? (From: John Clayton <email@hidden>)|
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