I can't find any reference to this anywhere, but... maybe I don't know where to look.
So... I'm trying to install OS X (Panther) on a Blue & White. I've replaced the stock 8GB-ish HD with a 60GB Western Digital. So... after partitioning the disk and rebooting (for some reason the machine didn't like the partitions I made with the Disk Utility as install targets until after a reboot) I run through the first part of the install. All seems to go well, installer reboots.
As it's coming up again, it sits on the grey Apple logo for a while. A long while. Then, suddenly, the grey Apple is replaced by a grey "Do Not Enter!" symbol, and everything froze.
Anyone have any clue what the heck is up with that? I do have to credit Apple for doing their normal fine job of providing troubleshooting information. :^b