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Hello,

Here is the situation that i am in.I had a fine dual boot running(XP/Tiger).I did it using Uphuck intel only.I have only one hard drive and since i had some free space i thought why not install leopard?.i installed leopard(iATKOS Intel only revision 2) to another partition(i did not format the XP or Tiger).I have a Pentium 4 630 CPU and hence did not select pc_efi.just ticked darwin x86 bootloader,sse2_sse3 kernel,drivers for video and network and installed leopard.before all these was done i had given boot flag to the new leopard partition and after reboot all i got was a blinking cursor.so i changed the boot flag to the tiger partition and now i can boot XP and tiger.if i select the leopard partition all i have is the apple gray screen(used the -v flag and saw that it was stuck at some line with BSD 0 something something).sorry for not remembering the something something.i can post it if needed.so please tell me what is the problem.did i miss any basics?

 

 

Sorry it is not BSD 0.It is BSD root : disk0s10(thats where i installed it) major 14,minor 7

 

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Sorry it is not BSD 0.It is BSD root : disk0s10(thats where i installed it) major 14,minor 7

 

any help?

 

That means it is crashing at disk arbitration, in other words when it is trying to mount the disc. That's all I know and that's from working with NetBSD servers, not OS X. Haven't a clue what is causing it in your case. Sorry.

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