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Tue Sep 11 19:57:53 UTC 2007
I am attempting to install Ubuntu 6 on my PowerBook Titanium 400Mhz
with 1GB of RAM.
I have a 60GB drive installed with the following partitions:
39GB - Tiger
03GB - OS9
08GB - Panther
I have 5GB of free space, of which I had split into two further
partitions a 4GB (for the system) and a 1GB (for the swap).
I boot from the CD and click the install icon on the desktop. I
choose to manually select partitions, set the "/" for the 4GB and the
"/swap" for the 1GB and I tell it to reformat these partitions. About
15% the way through installation I get an error message 'No NewWorld
boot partition found'.
What am I doing wrong, can anyone help?
I tried this about a year ago on my PowerBook G3, dual booting with
Ubuntu/Tiger and it worked fine. Tiger was installed first and it
booted fine using LILO between the two. But my G4 is proving a little
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