Subject: Re: Aw, shucks.
To: Space Case <>
From: Allen X Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 12/05/1993 09:38:32
> I've seen mention of this sup service a couple of times.  Is it something
> that is available on sun-lamp?  I'm assuming that it comes with instructions
> on how to set it up and use it (as all good little programs should ;).

There are instructions, and binaries for the 386, on sun-lamp.  The source
is there, too, so you can compile it for any machine you need to...  I had
no trouble compiling it for the mac...

> I can run the netbsd.nofpu on my Mac II when it is set into 32-bit
> addressing mode, but netbsd-current dies after the "Kernel booting"
> message.  I have fairly current sources (as of yesterday, or day before)
> and have started tracing the problem... it seems to be at about line
> 135 of via.c where it sets up the direction and data for VIA #2.  Is
> this something known not to work on the II?

Hmmm.  No it's not known.  I'll take a look at it.  Is this running the
binary off of sun-lamp, or the one you've built?  What hardware do you
have in the MacII?


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