Excuse me it seems I know what I am doing wrong. I had used wrong disk -
disktools image from m68k old computer, so it is an old image.
Now I am using proper one (DiskTools85.zip) from MacGeek, and it seems all
will be fine :)
On 6/9/06, Norayr Chilingaryan <gnorayr@...> wrote:
> Hello :)
> After hard disk upgrade I reinstalling anoperating system :)
> I don't remember how I did same thing last time.
> DI delete whole disk during installation now, so, after restart computer
> can't boot.
> I created only one 9 mb hfs partition, copied there miboot cd files and
> folders, after reboot, I can invoke DI.
> Should I create two partitions?
> When installing... I fact I do not remember, but I tried to install many
> Once DI tells that disk should be initialized, and proposed to choose
> partition type from the list.
> Once it just asks for partitions schemes...
> As far as I remember, few months ago I just chose whole disk as /
> But now after reboot, miboot partition doesn't exists and even when
> booting with disktools floppy it propose to initialize drive again
> How should I partition disk to leave miboot partition unchanged? It seems
> that DI can't see that partition.
> P. S. I can't try your latest miboot image, Tobias, because I have no
> system yet. I'll try to have a system and try your images today :)
> BTW, I prefer to stay with Debian/miboot and have only Linux installed i.
> e. without macos. I installed it, but doesn't like. ;)