Subject: Re: More on Mac-side stuff (rev 2)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, wrstuden@loki.Stanford.EDU>
From: Peter Brewer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/20/1995 00:04:56
>MacOS tool chain support
>UFS tools (why does this one keep appearing :-)
I think something could very easily break between step 2 and 3 depending
on the environment the user has set up.
'tftp' miniroot ( floppy contains network program which works over apple talk
tcp/ip etc. and moves the appropriate binary file from
another machine ( or extract from install media
(compressed) thus precluding using the network for this user.)
formats and create partitions
mount_nfs or mount_applefs or ...
create directories and install files... via A/UX type cpio or tar which
can handle multiple file types (Mac, Unix, DOS)