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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by chrislee8, Jul 27, 2004.
I go to terminal, type mac-fdisk, it says command not found.
so how to i start mac-fdisk?
That looks to me like an Open Firmware command. What are you trying to accomplish?
It's not a Unix command, so that's why Terminal doesn't know what to do.
Are you trying to dual boot Linux and Mac OS?
There is a lot of mac-fdisk information out there--Google is your friend.
yes, i m trying to dual boot gentoo and OS X
i am planning to have a good partition before the installation.
yes, of course i did search on google, but all results are manual, some tips, but i don't even know where to start off?
where do i type mac-fdisk to start ?
the gentoo installation guide introduces me with the term, mac-fdisk, but it didn't tell where to type that command, it just says type mac-fdisk and do this, do that. but how? where?
You most likely type it at the Gentoo shell. I believe that the shell loads automatically when you boot from the Gentoo CD (hold C or Option while rebooting).
thanks, that was correct. i thought it was mac's command. from this point on, i will go to gentoo's forum.