Installing FreeBSD on Mac Mini 4G PPC
mhastbacka at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 12:33:48 UTC 2011
Hadn't seen that recipe before, but I managed to get it booted via cd already. Now the problem I have trying to run gpart bootcode -p /mnt/boot/boot1.hfs -i 1 ad0 I get: gpart: /dev/ad0s2: Operation not permitted, did I understand the recipes command incorrectly?
Output of gpart show:
=> 8 156301480 ad0 APM (75G)
8 56 - free - (28K)
64 390626 1 apple-boot (191M)
390690 1953126 2 apple-ufs (954M)
2343816 68359376 3 apple-ufs (33G)
70703192 3906251 4 apple-ufs (1.9G)
74609443 81691996 5 apple-ufs (39G)
156301439 49 - free - (25K)
What I want is that the computer would boot automaticly to FreeBSD (which is the only os on the system)
On Jun 18, 2011, at 12:35 , Torfinn Ingolfsen wrote:
> On Sat, 18 Jun 2011 10:22:52 +0300
> Markus Hästbacka <mhastbacka at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I got a Mac Mini 4G PPC into my hands and I've been trying to install FreeBSD on it, and got over the partitioning problem and got the whole system installed,
>> but the problem I ran into was that I didn't get it to boot, there didn't seem to be any bootloader, and I can't seem to figure out how to boot the installed system.
>> I've been trying to google around but there's very little information about this issue, or then I just don't know what to search for.
> Have you used this recipe:
> Or something else?
> The bootloader is boot1.hfs
> Torfinn Ingolfsen
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