After Vista/Linux died I decided to re-install Linux and low and behold the bootloader found Mac OS X Tiger and added it to the list of bootable OS's (it didn't include Vista). However, when I try to boot Mac I instantly get a kernel panic I've had Tiger working smoothly on this comp before too. Any ideas? (btw, the bootloader for Mac, Chameleon, doesn't recognize Linux)
My comp's specs are:
CPU - Intel Mobile Dual Core 1.46 ghz
GFX - Intel Mobile 965 Chipset
RAM - 1000 mb's (0.99gb lol)
HDD - 168 gb
Also, my drive is partitioned as such: (according to KDE Partition Manager)
/dev/sda1 - ntfs - Recovery - 7.37 GiB
/dev/sda2 - ntfs - Vista - 91.30 GiB
/dev/sda3 - Extended - 48.27 GiB
- /dev/sda5 - hfsplus - Mac OS X Tiger - 19.99 GiB
- /dev/sda6 - ext4 - Linux Mint 8 - 27.06 GiB
- /dev/sda7 - linuxswap - Linux Swap - 1.21 GiB
You may have noticed that sda3 isn't labelled and the next 3 partitions are under it. For whatever reason, sda5-7 are all connected to eachother. I didn't think you could that but I guess so lol.
I even uploaded a pic to help show what i mean lol.
The purple on the left is the Recovery, the pink in some of the partitions is used space. As you can see, sda5-7 are outlined in teal, connecting them together. Also, I've tried to extend sda6 to include the 2 gigs of unallocated space but it refuses to, because they are connected.
So yea, any help is appreciated! ^^
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