Re: BootX to yaboot: backout plan

Subject: Re: BootX to yaboot: backout plan
From: Steve Poole (
Date: Fri Jan 12 2001 - 22:37:03 MST

By default when you do the change you are talking about, it will still boot
to Mac OS, as long as you still have it installed. In order to boot to YDL,
you need to hit the space bar before and during the chime.


At 07:21 PM 01/12/2001 -0800, you wrote:
> OK, in the event that my switch to yaboot doesn't work the
> first try, I'd like to have a way to back out the change. To
> switch to using yaboot, I need to boot into Open Firmware and,
> among other things, do:
> setenv boot-device hd:\\bootscript
> What is the setenv command to undo the above, i.e., make it so
> that the machine will boot and run the Mac OS in the System
> Folder?
> - Paul

Steve Poole
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