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    Default Leopard on new partition?

    This might be covered somewhere here but I haven't found anything about it.

    I currently have a JAS Tiger install on an MBR formatted drive. I would like to create a second partition to experiment with Leopard installs but keep the Tiger install functional.

    Is this possible? Will I be able to boot into either one? If so how can I choose which install to boot from?

    Thanks in advance.



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    If you are using old bootlaoder, than yes, all you need is to set the timeout for the bootloader to something +0 seconds (com.apple.boot.plist) and you willg et a selection menu.

 

 

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