Subject: Yay hooray!
To: None <>
From: Brian Kendig <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 01/06/1994 00:07:40
Thanks to, I tried putting my IIvx in 32-bit mode before I
booted MacBSD, and walla (sic), there it was!  After the 22 grey bars, I
actually got text on my screen, and MacBSD started to boot up!

It didn't get much more than one screenful of startup information before it
hung, however.  The last four lines it gave me were:

        audio at mainbus0 not configured
        floppy at mainbus0 not configured
        A: Root 'UNIX Root&Usr slice 0' at 176 size 77000
        B: Swap 'Swap' at 77176 size 8192

It got the data right -- those are the correct sizes of my root and swap
partitions (in 0.5k blocks).  But then it just sat there.  Is there
something else I haven't set up properly?

_/_/_/  Brian Kendig                              Je ne suis fait comme aucun
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  /  Be insatiably curious.   Si je ne vaux pas mieux, au moins je suis autre.
 /     Ask "why" a lot.                                           -- Rousseau