erased German ... now X won't Boot!!!

quangdog

Registered
I issued the following command in a terminal.

find / -name '*German*' | xargs rm -rf

I read in another forum that I could get 300+ mb back if I deleted all the foreign language support stuff that is installed by default in OS X.

However, when I did this, immediately, everything froze, and I had to do a remote SSH login to get the system to do a shutdown -r now.... but when it rebooted, I got the flashing system folder icon, and it eventually booted into OS 9.1. Now I cannot choose the X partition as my startup disk anymore... :(

Anyone have any suggestions?

-quangdog.
 

strobe

Puny Member
Hrm, when you erase germans they no longer boot march under the X swastica.

I think you're screwed.
 
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