Subject: Running on SE/30; now what?
To: None <>
From: Franklin Chen <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 01/15/1994 00:42:15
After spending four hours installing Alpha2 and the latest kernel on my SE/30,
I managed to get it running by booting in single-user mode.  I tried some
simple commands, then found that I couldn't do much because I had a read-only
file system!!  How did this happen to me?  How do I fix it?

Also, after I hit control-D to enter multi-user mode, there were various
messages about "No such file or directory" (from the execution of init).
Finally a "login:" prompt came up.  Oops.  What are the magic logins and
passwords? :-)

By the way, booting in multi-user mode failed for some reason after the date
prompt came up and I hit return.

Franklin Chen <>
Applied Dynamics International
3800 Stone School Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48108-2499