Enable multiple OSX boot option and intellegent labels?
jackoverfull at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 23:16:31 EST 2012
Did something like that many years ago (probably at the time of my last post here!)…
I used to just edit the startup script and add other oses, linking them to other keys on the keyboard.
The default startup script is a file on a small hidden hfs standard partition, that you can mount under os x or linux using the mount command (perhaps wil be already monted on linux). Can't remember the name of the file, but there were just 2 or 3 of them on that partition…
Here you can find a script written to boot 4 different oses (linux, mac os x, mac os 9 or CD), you can easily eadit it to fit your needs (or edit directly the one you already have): http://www.jackoverfull.com/Downloads/Download_Articoli/multiloader.zip
Il giorno 03/feb/2012, alle ore 01.22, Jim Harris ha scritto:
> I would like to be able to boot a system with more than one OSX partition, in addition to the Linux install.
> In my case I have a system with two Tiger installs, one configured – one sandbox, and a Xbuntu install. Currently I can only boot one of the two OSX choices. If I add more than one “maxosx=” stanza to the yaboot.conf file, only the first one on the list is recognized.
> I would like to add intelligent labels to the choices – something more meaningful than “macosx” or such.
> Jim "JR" Harris
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