Subject: NetBSD 1.1 installation trouble
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Marco Musso <>
List: amiga
Date: 12/10/1995 20:20:23
It seems that our problem (Diego Cortassa, me and som other User) of a
panic  error in the 1.1 generic kernel is due to the MFCIII support...

Removing  the  MFCIII  board  result  in   a   smooth   and   painless
installation...  Now  Diego  is  building  a new kernel WITHOUT MFCIII
support :-(((

Can someone explain why this strange behaviour of the kernel and
maybe an other workaround to use our MFCIII ?

And: how about support for Oktagon SCSI2 controller (I think it  is  a
_cheap_ and good SCSI controller [well, not state-of-the-art :-)]) ?

Marco Musso

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