So, I decided I was going to put Ubuntu on my PowerBook and wanted to create a seperate partition to install it to on my 80GB internal hard drive. So to create the space, I resized my "PowerBook G4" partition, yes the one with Leopard installed to it, and yes, the one I was currently logged into (smart, eh?). Everything but the mouse cursor locked up about 20 seconds into the resizing process and I was forced to reboot via holding the power button down. Now all I get when I fire the machine up is the Apple logo and the spinning deal underneath it just spins and spins, but I never get anywhere. I didn't tamper with any files or anything, only played with the free space on the partition, so my install should still be good, but how do I get things back to the way they were? I have everything backed up via Time Machine, and I also have other Macs lying around so TDM is an option if that helps. What can I do? btw, it just hit me, I'm probably supposed to boot to the Live Ubuntu CD, THEN start fooling with my partitions and such, huh?