• Just looking around
    Posts: 2 from 2009/11/24
    From: Poland
    Thank you very much for your great tutorial. But I would like to add something from myself. We can install Ubuntu without making any additional partitions. We should only left a free space on a hard disk. Then (while the Ubuntu installation procedure) we should select the option responsible for using the larges free space for Ubuntu. Instaler will cut this free space for a three partitions, and sets Ubuntu as a default OS. Then we have to modify yaboot.conf (as boot_os wrote before) to have an access to MorphOS and MacOSX from yaboot.

    To set default OS we have to change the last line before </BOOT-SCRIPT>. For example to set MacOSX as a default OS, change it to:

    " "(0d 0a)" .printf bootmacosx

    And don`t forget to type “hfssetmacboot <drive>:ofboot.b” in CLI on MorphOS
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