iMac triple-boot (Part 2): OSs installation June 20, 2008Posted by idebian in Debian, GNU/Linux, MacOS, Windows.
Welcome back Guyz,
if you followed my part 1 guide on how to configure the iMAC for a typical triple boot configuration, we had just repartitioned the HD and installed the rEFIt boot manager.
We can now step on the Linux and Windows operating system installation.
Welcome to my 2 parts guide on how to configure the iMAC for a typical triple boot configuration topped with some little extra goodies.
The system I want shall definitively include:
- Mac OS 10.5.3 Leopard
- Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 “Lenny” (64 bit)
- Windows Vista (32 bit)
In order to achieve this we will go through the following steps:
- Repartition the Hard Drive in order to accommodate the other OSs
- Install a boot manager (rEFIt)
- Install Debian
- Install Vista
- Finalize the process (clean and minor other stuff).
The first two steps will be covered in this post, while the others will be covered in the upcoming post “iMac triple-boot (Part 2): OSs installation“.