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Hello All,

 

I am a noob but successfully installed 10.5.5 on my P5Q Pro. The 132 loader is a small partition "hd(0,1)" on the same drive as my leopard install partition "hd(0,4)". Currently my syslinux.cfg is as follows:

 

PROMPT 0

TIMEOUT 0

DEFAULT /mboot.c32 /boot --- /initrd.img

APPEND biosdev=81

 

When the computer boots I have to select "hd(0,4)". How do I edit the above file so that it automatically boots to that partition, ie how do I make the file so when I turn the computer on Leopard boots without my intervention? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Dude

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Hello All,

 

I am a noob but successfully installed 10.5.5 on my P5Q Pro. The 132 loader is a small partition "hd(0,1)" on the same drive as my leopard install partition "hd(0,4)". Currently my syslinux.cfg is as follows:

 

PROMPT 0

TIMEOUT 0

DEFAULT /mboot.c32 /boot --- /initrd.img

APPEND biosdev=81

 

When the computer boots I have to select "hd(0,4)". How do I edit the above file so that it automatically boots to that partition, ie how do I make the file so when I turn the computer on Leopard boots without my intervention? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Dude

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