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* Installing from DVD
 
* Installing from DVD
 
(assumption: you have the relevant patched DVD image)
 
(assumption: you have the relevant patched DVD image)
# If you erase the disk with the "disk utility" on the installation DvD, it doesn't seem to set the boot partition active. Get Hiren's boot cd and use the ''Fdisk extended'' tool to set it active.
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# If you erase the disk with the "disk utility" on the installation DvD, it doesn't seem to set the boot partition active. Get Hirem's boot cd and use the ''Fdisk extended'' tool to set it active.
 
# Install X11 because things like the MacOSX port of Openoffice.org 2.0 need it  
 
# Install X11 because things like the MacOSX port of Openoffice.org 2.0 need it  
 
* Ethernet (Broadcomm BCM440 10/100 NIC)
 
* Ethernet (Broadcomm BCM440 10/100 NIC)

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