Debian install, reqires 8 M boot partition. Don't understand?
Hello, I had Debian up and going ok, until my disk had a problem. I had an Apple disk that is 320 G and when I try to install Debian on it, I get a complaint that the disk has no place to put yaboot, requiring 8 M. I tried to do that, but I cant change the biggest block, because Debian install is using it. What options do I have? Any suggestions would be greeted with major thanks. I kind of chicken to just 'try things' if you know what I mean...
It now complains that I have no 'root' file system. Do I just name it that?