Subject: Duo Booting
To: None <>
From: Theodore F Vaida ][ <tfv0@Lehigh.EDU>
List: macbsd-development
Date: 11/10/1993 12:30:05
With a Duo 230, 4mb of memory, 120Mb internal HDD and 120Mb Drive in the
DUO DOCK (Scsi IDs 0 and 2 respectively), with the MacBSD kernal on
SCSI 2 (the HDD in the dock), VM off, 32 bit on, all settings corect
in BSD booter, no FPU in dock, 32 bit hacked-no fpu booter, MacBSD.nofpu
kernal installed as 'macbsd', I get 8 grey bars (8 white lines, and a large
grey gap at the bottom of the screen), no errors reported in the booter

Question: should my MacBSD partitions be on the duo's internal HDD?

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