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Old 21st December 2009
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Originally Posted by BSDfan666 View Post
Intel Macs use EFI instead of legacy BIOS booting, however.. a basic legacy module is provided (..emulated BIOS) so you can boot and install traditional x86 operating systems.

Booting the OpenBSD CDROM is one thing, properly partitioning the disk so that it's bootable.. that's something you'll have to research, many people have posted success stories on the mailing lists and whatnot, no doubt some googleable tutorials exist.

Have fun.
Errr...never mind, I just had to wait like 30 seconds as there0 mentioned...I thought it was frozen, ha.

Why does my 1.7 gHZ Pentium M processor boot OBSD twice as fast as my 2.33 gHZ Core 2 Duo?

Last edited by guitarscn; 21st December 2009 at 03:25 AM.
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