Subject: Re: macbsdand the hfs
To: None <macbsd-development@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Charles J. Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/25/1995 13:10:03
In message <9501251421.AA07332@puma.bevd.blacksburg.va.us>,Allen Briggs writes:
>> good to add disk drive support first. If I install i'd like to do it from
>> disks rather than a hard drive.
>Go for it. I don't want to get near the floppy.
i had wanted to take a stab at accessing the floppy drive using the rom
driver (under the MRG kernel) having recently found a little time. however
the MRG kernel on my IIcx doesnt seem to like the Macintosh HiRes Monitor
card. My "Mac II series" (i.e. Toby) gave up the ghost a few months ago.
The Beta-1 kernel work fine with the Apple Hi Res Card. The MRG kernel
will boot single user but crash right after i issue a command. Booting
single user causes it to hang right after it starts checking disks. It
also gives me the "too many NuBus ranges"
anyone else see this?