Subject: RE: 9.1 Upgrade mangled YDL 1.2.1 on '99 PB Wallstreet
From: John Hyde (JHyde@zuniversity.com)
Date: Thu Feb 08 2001 - 07:50:14 MST
9.1 upgrade defaults a lot of the computers functions. yaboot didn't work
for me after installing 9.1, so I had to do the whole open firmware deal
again after re-installing all yaboot components.
Also had some issues with other various extensions... Probably should have
RTFM, because I didn't boot from my OS 9 CD like they told me too. Just a
heads up, that's where most users have the problem. (not booting from the CD
and then updating)
> From: Jim Jagielski
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> Sent: Thursday, February 8, 2001 9:44 AM
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> Subject: 9.1 Upgrade mangled YDL 1.2.1 on '99 PB Wallstreet
> Very strange thing going on here, and curious if anyone else has
> had a similar experience... I was running YDL 1.2.1 (w/ 2.2.18
> kernel) on a '99 PowerBook G3 (Wallstreet modem, bronze keyboard,
> 333Mhz, no firewire), and all was right with the world. I then
> upgraded to Mac OS 9.1 and *blam* it refuses to boot into Linux.
> Selecting Linux via BootX causes the normal screen refresh and
> then nothing... No disk access, nothing. It's like it went to
> sleep. Downgrading to the old disk drivers made no diff.
> Using yaboot still works fine, but BootX seems hosed... Just
> a heads up, just in case, for those who might be affected.
> Jim Jagielski [|] jim@jaguNET.com [|] http://www.jaguNET.com/
> "Casanova will have many weapons; To beat him you will
> have to have more than forks and flatulence."
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