At a suggestion from a software co. whose app was crashing, they had me try to replace /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib with the one they provided
something went terribly wrong, and now I am trying to restore the original file
its sitting in /usr/lib as libSystem.B.dylib.orig
but I can't get my Powerbook to boot in single user mode to switch it back!!
I reset pram, nada
I reset the pmu, nada
I got the machine to boot off the Panther1 install disk and ran disk utility
when that didn't fix the problem,
I was actually able to boot in single user mode off the Panther1 install disk,
but this isn't helpful because there is no way to mount my hd filesystem (or is there?) as the CD is locked
If I had a fw cable, this would be so easy to fix...
What should I do?
(is there a way to create a RAM disk from single user mode so I could create a mount point for my HD?)