More PowerPC Here

I feel really happy and I get twitter/e-mail of people all over the place trying to get into the PowerPC scene.  There are pretty much 2 ways, you can either use Mac OS X 10.5 or Linux (very update), also you can play both sides as long you have a good size hard drive.

PowerPCNotebook – Favorite this site right now, I believe and their potential – http://www.powerpc-notebook.org/  PowerPC in 2015 here we go.

OSX Guys – It’s could work well – http://osxguy.com

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Partition (Part 1) Using Terminal for Mac PowerPC

Partition Error for Mac PowerPC (Part 1)

Recently I was doing some research, trying to figure out ways to the simplify the task of partitioning my hard drive.  One thing lead to another and eventually I found  some great information that I would like to share with you in the following 2 posts:

Partition Part 1 for Mac PowerPC

:  I recently got an iMac G4 running Leopard 10.5 and I wanted to partition the computer in order to install Tiger 10.4, but the only thing that I was getting was this message: “Partition failed with the error: File system resize support required, such as HFS+ with journaling enable” and no matter how hard I tried, it would not change.  So I put my fighting gloves on and turned my Google search mode to “feeling lucky”…  I’m a firm believer that if you can’t find what you’re looking for on the first page of a Google search, then you’re usually not in for good news.  But this time, I found that someone else had the same problem that I did and the only available solution was called TERMINAL!   After many tries, I found this blog: http://wisevishvesh.wordpress.com/2010/04/08/partition-using-terminal/ with amazing material that teaches you how to partition using Terminal, step by step.  It was fun but in the end, I found out some bad news…Terminal also did not allow me to partition, which made me pretty upset…I’d finally hit a brick wall.  I really do not enjoy losing battles against machines so I decided to get aggressive and take my Leopard OS X DVD and (Option + Eject) continued in my quest…  Well you probably figured out that it wasn’t the easiest job for me to format my iMac, to say the least.  My Leopard requires 867MHz and up and my iMac has only 800MHz.  Seriously?  Are you kidding me?  I could not install my Leopard because the system didn’t have an additional 67MHz hiding someplace???  But this doesn’t end here!   Stay tuned for my next post and I will tell you how everything ended up (with big surprises) and if you had/have the same problem, this will surely fix it!

 

To be continued…