I've checked this forum for a hint on this problem but haven't found any; however, on the net, I've found (few) other people who seem to have the same problem... (example of another post signaling the problem : http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?s=86c040674a4539a50e4ce8f450a60d03&p=2141292#post2141292)
When I boot my iBook G4 with the burned sysresccd-ppc-0.2.0.iso I get the boot prompt (which enables different advanced booting modes). If I just press Enter the boot process starts, a few messages appear (all sem to be linux loading information), and after a few seconds my screen just stays blank (black). I hear the CD-Rom do some more work for about a minute (as if the booting process was still actually going on just without any visual output) and then the computer just stays still, nothing happens.
Note : when I try different boot options an error message saying that the image cannot be found shows up.
Since this was my first try booting my Mac from a live CD I tried xubuntu and it worked perfectly. The LiveCD I want though is SRCD :-(
Any help, hints or links will be much apreciated, Thanks !
Questions about how to use the PPC version of SysRescCd.
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Hi, this won't apply to may people, but for any Mac users: I just discovered that during the boot phase the rescue disc blanks the screen. Using the brightness controls I have been able to see the display again! :D
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