[K12OSN] Speaking of Macs

Joe Korzeniewski jkorz at mceschools.com
Tue Mar 20 21:19:23 UTC 2007

In regular macs, you can boot to open firmware by holding command+option+o+f during boot and typing boot enet:

Joe Korzeniewski
Technology Director
Mason County Eastern Schools

>>> vince at totalsense.com 3/20/2007 3:09 pm >>>
I have an old power computing G3 mac clone.  A neighbor gave it to me
thinking it would work for ltsp.

It probably would if I had any way to boot it.  

Is there a boot floopy for the mac like there is for the pc's?

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