Adrian Ulrich wrote:
Have you tested it with another distri? --> I tested it with debian and ubuntu. Both said my Bootstrap-Partition is hda2, but Slackintosh says its hda4! Here's the plot of my (second) system:
The plot was from the other system, not the one i talked of.
No, hda2 is your boot-partition (or maybe the root-partition) for Ubuntu hda4 is the bootpartition (root-partition, rootfs) of slackintosh.
hda2 --> Slackintosh-Devel (partion name: Ubuntu)
What i want to say was, that hda7 (the bootstrap-partion) is not the "second" partition. Thats all!
/dev/hda7 Apple_Bootstrap bootstrap 1600 @ 64 (800.0k) NewWorld bootblock
You see, that the bootstrap part is hda7 --> but it's the second partition!
hda7 *is* your bootstrap partiton.. hda7 is where yaboot is installed.
If you boot your Mac, the OpenFirmware will look for boot-device or pickup the first Apple_Bootstrap partition and execute the code on this partition (hda7): This starts yaboot ..
Yaboot then loads the kernel from hda4 (BOOT partition) and starts
PS: I know, my english is bad!