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fdisk: 1> instead of fdisk: 0> ?


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After getting Leopard to install, i needed to do the bootfix patch for it to actually boot. Now after finding out what disk & partition Leopard is installed to (diskutil list) I type in this: fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 (since Leopard is installed to disk0). Then I should be getting this: fdisk: 0> (then i would type the next command here). Instead, I get this:fdisk: 1>


How can I fix this? Thanks.

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