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Authored by: prk on Nov 19, '02 11:53:56AM

This hit came at just the right time. Last night I was wanting to nuke the Debian partition on my Mac and make it another Mac partition. I do not use Debian on my Mac any more now that 10.2 is on my system. I was having so many problems before that I would dual boot to Debian to get my work done.



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Authored by: dolfs on Nov 20, '02 12:34:45AM

Note that for this case you will only have to "delete" the entry for the Debion partition and than use the C command to create an Apple partition instead. Also, the parameters will be simpler. Let's say your Debian partition was "7":
e
/dev/rdiskx
d 7
C
7p
7p
Name
Apple_HFS
w
q



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