Interesting, I've never heard of that one. I've always used 'mac-boot'. Does Apple actually have documentation on all of OF's commands?Originally posted by cb911
...when you've seen enough type 'bye' and it will go on with the normal startup.
Uh no, I don't have a Mac (yet), so I can't do this.Originally posted by cb911
are you thinking about Open Firmware? at startup you can hold down 'cmd+option+O+F' and then you can see for yourself. then, if you want to reset your open firmware just type 'reset-all'. then, when you've seen enough type 'bye' and it will go on with the normal startup.
hope that helps.
well, there's HARDware, SOFTware, and somewhere in the middle is FIRMware, its kind of the programing for hardware. it tends not to be user configurable, and requires a special kind of update to be changed in most cases. very low level stuff. Most (if not all) electronic devices have some kind of firmware.Originally posted by Shrek
I keep seeing the word 'firmware' on these boards, but don't know what it is. Help!
Just run the software update control panel from OS 9.x and follow the instructions if it finds any firmware updates...Originally posted by cb911
flashable? what does this mean? do i want to *flash* the firmware in my TiBook?