from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or condition of being bootable.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I still need to know about the second part of my last question, regarding the "bootability" of my other source disk.
(I'm not sure if there's a simple option for restoring a system to bootability in a menu somewhere, but there might be.)
He STILL managed to completely bone the system to beyond bootability in less than a week.
CCC now correctly reports on the bootability of mirrored volumes on PowerPC systems.
FireWire Target Disk Mode (which is much better than the old SCSI Disk Mode), and no-hassle bootability.
USB 2 is slower, and bootability is an iffy proposition, but evidently it's the protocol Apple has chosen for going forward.