I used parted to do the partitioning before installation, which I was
not aware of that it is able to do so now.
Thanks for pointing me to pdisk, this would have helped me too.
After installation the system does not boot properly because it got
stuck in the startup process.
I need to do more investigation at which point excactly it runs into
The rescue system runs fine. There you can do all the pre-work like
partitioning or even get into your installed system to modify files.
On 02/20/2012 10:05 PM, Larry Stotler wrote:
On 2/20/12, Richard (MQ)<osl2008(a)googlemail.com>
Thanks for the reminder about partitioning.
I'm keen to try this out on
my old G5, but I can't work out where the files are. Nothing obvious at
it was moved to:
you can also partition under MacOS as well.
So, please can someone tell me where the latest
NET iso is available
from? Also, where do we need to point the installation to for it to find
PPC factory (or does it default to the appropriate place)? (Is this what
Larry's final line is asking?) powerpc.opensuse.org/factory/iso/
Finally if I may a third question: I'm think
it might be worth grabbing
the entire repo with rsync? (not sure how big it is) - if so what is the
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