Install, then shell out and can't locate installed system
As I get better at this, I have found that I have a problem in the area of specifying a device. Once installed, I have to change the yaboot config file and it's located in the /etc directory. If I shell out, from the install menu, I am apparently dumped into a 'ram disk' that the install has set up. I am having difficulty finding where my install actually went, in other words I can't cd to the new os installation. Is there a file on the ram disk that will tell me what devices are available? So I can change over there and make the proper changes? Previously, when rebooted and I need to change the yaboot config to be able to use the monitor, I used ctl-C to break out of the boot sequence, is that the proper key combination? When I have tried that lately, the file system is in a write-only mode and I can't make modifications.
Thanks for any help that comes up...