I have an old TiBook I use as a server (It has a busted LCD, so it's headless) and I normally control it through VNC. However, I need to get it to boot off of a backup that I have on a FireWire drive. The problem is, when I set the startup disk to be the OSX copy on the firewire drive, the TiBook will not boot off of it, instead, it boots off of its internal hard drive for some reason. The firewire drive has a clone (via SuperDuper!) on it that I have booted successfully on another Powerbook. Since the LCD is busted I can't see what I am clicking if I hold 'alt' during startup and get to the boot picker. Anyone know a way that I can tell it during startup to boot from the firewire drive since at the boot screen there is nothing that displays on an external monitor?