Subject: Re: Problems with 1.0 kernel
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Stephen Anspach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/06/1994 14:07:54
> > This is indeed a problem!!! When I use loadbsd, my A3000 is recognized as
> > A500/2000. I have to start NetBSD with loadbsd -c 3000, otherwise I get
> > the message "No root device". This has happend to several people now, and
> > it is very likely, that the detection of the wrong machine causes heavy
> > problems.
> Hm, i never had such problems with my A3000. You have KS3.1 on ROM?
> I believe that if you have KS3.1 on ROM it is very likely that your
> machine is recognized as A1200 or A4000 even.
I have 3.1 in ROM, and my A3000T has never been recognized as anything but
an A3000. I'm using loadbsd v2.9, BSD 1.0b2, and all sorts of different
- Steve -
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