Subject: Re: Can anyone answer...
To: Brian R. Gaeke <brg@DGate.ORG>
From: Brad Grantham in Convenient Vinyl Pouch <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 01/18/1994 00:51:10
Brian Gaeke wrote:
> Brad Grantham wrote:
> >- Why does buttered toast always land butter-side down?
> I don't know about you, but I've had it land butter-side-up before.

That must've been some sort of quantum fluctuation.  You know that
having toast land butter-up violates Pauli exclusion, don't you?  Have
you noticed any time dilation in your kitchen, or small heavy objects
that absorb light and might violate causality?

> p.s. Can anyone tell me the secret to running Alpha2 MacBSD on a Mac II
> without it hanging somewhere in init?????

Please, if you have the time (and patience), mkfs the drive and re-install
the Alpha2 from cray-ymp from scratch.  I'm really disturbed that it's
hanging in your init.  It worked fine for me, and it sounds like you have
the same setup.  Aigh!

Brad Grantham, ---------- Happily slaved to NetBSD/Mac68k!
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