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From: Enlightened User <linux@...>
Subject: Re: How to come back to Mac OS?
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 15:48:27 -0500
After booting the Installer, choose the Disk Utility from the  
Installer menu and repartition your disk.
When done with the Disk Utility, the Installer will allow a new  
installation of Mac OS X.

On Jan 18, 2006, at 3:31 PM, Alessandro Di Rubbo wrote:

> Hello to everyone,
>   I've got an Apple iBook (Dual USB) with a Gentoo installation on  
> it, but now I'm going to sell it and I would restore the original  
> situation, installing Mac OS 9 and/or Mac OS X.
> When I installed Gentoo, I deleted every partion related to Mac OS  
> because I didn't need them, so now I have only the  
> Apple_partion_map, the Apple_Bootstrap (where is Yaboot) and an  
> empty partition (I've already removed my old Gentoo partitions).
> I've tried to insert the Mac OS X (v 10.0.1) but the installer is  
> not able to find any partion (hd): what can I do? Thank you very  
> much for your help, in advance.
>
> Alessandro
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