On 04 mei 2006, at 01:51, Peter A. Giessel wrote:

On 5/3/2006 15:38, FreeBSD mailing list seems to have typed:
Mac OSX can't be installed onto a UFS formatted drive as far as I know
Most OSX programs won't run on it either

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Mac OS X can be installed on volumes of different formats. These disk
formats have different features and characteristics. If you also plan to
use Mac OS 9 or don't have a preference, you should choose Mac OS
Extended (HFS Plus) format instead of UNIX File System (UFS).
*** END QUOTE ***

ah ok, my bad :(

most apps don't like it though

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