Sorry, this has to be off topic for mac forums, but a lot of you appear to be familiar with Linux, and I am not. I partitioned my 40GB Ps3 for another OS, as well as the Ps3's system software. I installed a linux bootloader, and downloaded "Fedora 9 ppc". People say the Ps3 system is run off PPC hardware, like old macs, and so I figure I need the PPC version to work. Unfortunately, it begins booting up, I see 2 "tux" penguins at the top, and it stops at: I don't know what to type for "kboot: " I thought it was suppose to do it all on it's own. Maybe i'm just using the wrong copy of Fedora, or maybe I didn't burn a bootable disk properly To burn a bootable disk, I: -opened the .ISO file to mount it -Inserted a blank DVD -Opened disk utility and selected the ISO image -Selected "Burn" Is that correct?