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I've been installing Gentoo on an iBook G4 from the minimal cd. The install seemed to be working perfectly, until I came to "Configuring the Bootloader" in the handbook. I followed all of the steps up to entering yabootconfig. Yabootconfig informed me that it could not find the kernel, and asked me to provide the path. Unfortunately, I don't know the path. I could easily find it out if I could exit yabootconfig, but no matter what I type, it invariably returns to "Enter path to a kernel image (not including chroot):" Please help!

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Control + C will terminate yabootconfig, and your kernel will be in /boot/. Assuming you followed the handbook fully.

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Thanks, this fixed it. – Will Kunkel Nov 8 '10 at 2:14
    
You're welcome, nice to see the gentoo tag on here. – SleighBoy Nov 8 '10 at 4:27

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