Beware of Mandrake 10.1 with OldWorld Macs
Date: 7 Dec 2004 00:26:36 -0800
Contrary to what the docs say Mandrake 10.1 cannot be installed on
OldWorld Macs via BootX (at least it didn't work for me). It boots
into Linux but the ramdisk is mounted read-only, and that's the end of
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