Bug#417525: Information on setting up yaboot for external firewire

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Bug#417525: Information on setting up yaboot for external firewire

Frans Pop-3
Package: yaboot-installer
Severity: wishlist

Through a blog on planet.d.o [1] I came across this page which looks to
have useful information about configuring yaboot to boot off an external
firewire device:
http://www.boborosso.com/

Could be worth implementing.

[1] http://peter.makholm.net/2007/04/02/from-os-x-to-debian-on-a-ibook/


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Bug#417525: marked as done (Information on setting up yaboot for external firewire)

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Package: yaboot-installer
Severity: wishlist

Through a blog on planet.d.o [1] I came across this page which looks to
have useful information about configuring yaboot to boot off an external
firewire device:
http://www.boborosso.com/

Could be worth implementing.

[1] http://peter.makholm.net/2007/04/02/from-os-x-to-debian-on-a-ibook/


yaboot-installer is no longer used, powerpc and ppc64 ports have moved to grub.

So closing related bugs.


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