Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by HardTech, Apr 13, 2007.
I'll post up a tutorial after I'm done
I wanted to install Debian, but it doesn't support Apple's keyboard and I don't have a USB one lying around
I'm actually downloading SP2 for XP. You need an XP cd with the Recovery Console, and I removed mine when I slipstreamed it a few months ago, so I have to redo that
as soon as that's done, I'm going to rewrite the MBR and I'll be finished
in for tutorial
sweet, in for this
doesn't it use a stacked loader? such as, when you boot you can pick from OS X or the Grub loader and from there you can choose Ubuntu or Windows XP?
you have to install rEFIt, which is like a Boot Camp for more than 2 partitions.
That's the problem I'm facing right now; grub forced itself onto my Windows partition, and the only way to get rid of it is to rewrite the MBR. It turns out the only Windows copy I have that can do that doesn't have Sp2
ok, I'm done
hot damn that was hard. Took me like 3 days to figure out. Anyway, I posted the tutorial online on my website, http://www.michaelvkim.net/?p=5
Check it out and leave a comment or two if you have questions or feedback
why not just use parallels, then u can use all three at the same time?
Because that would require a lot of RAM, and some of us CD's only have a maximum of 2 GB... some of us only have 1 GB currently installed.
Thanks HardTech! I'll be trying this within the week!
I hate running windows on my MBP.
I've hit "ctrl-S" to post a reply on OT at least 30 times today already.
Remapping keys is easy...