Okay so a little info- i have a Mac Ibook g4 powerpc, i've been trying to install a version of linux on it. (I'm usually a pc guy) So i've been doing this n that to get it to boot into linux to install and still can't but that is not my issue. And my problem- At one point came across the the boot options in the ibook system settings, so i looked through them, i recall seeing "normal boot"/boot from hard disk and another option "network install" there could've been more but i can't remember. So looked through them and noted it and went about doing other stuff on the ibook, I didn't realize it at the time but i had accidently selected "network install". So i rebooted it sometime later and now every time it reboot's it try's to do a network install. Any advice to get it out of this mode would be greatly appreciated?
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