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Old 04-21-2005, 01:39 PM   #1
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Exclamation Can I install Mandrake 10 Linux in MacMini ?

Just curious,

After I've install Mac OSX 10.3.7. I want to install Mandrake 10 in my MacMini.
1. Is it possible to do that?
2. How? Should I make Ext3 partition in my Macmini?

FYI, I've succeed install & run Mandrake 10 in my PC. In the same harddisk.
I can access the PC file using /mnt from linux.
And using Explore2fs to access linux from PC.

3. Is there any similiar software to access Linux file from Mac?

thanks in advance.
Old 04-21-2005, 02:13 PM   #2
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want to install Mandrake 10 in my MacMini.
You can download the Mandrake(Mandriva) version for your architecture. For Macs, the architecture is stuff like PPC.


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