Subject: How to set up on a IIsi
To: None <>
From: E. Mcnally <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 02/11/1994 12:02:47
Pardon my unix configuration ignorance, but I have two questions no one 
I know can answer-

1.  Is it even possible to get MacBSD to boot on a IIsi, or am I just 
chasing my tail trying to get it to work?

2.  If it is possible, once I have a unix partition (formated with 
silverlining, and then mkfs), how can I mount it so I can move the 
various unix system files onto it from my macside partition?  None of the 
mounting programs I have seem to be able to get access to it.  Perhaps I 
formated the wrong kind of partition with silver lining as there were 
many options-I formated a "misc AUX" partition.  Even silver lining is 
not able to mount it and it did the formating!

Any help is much appreciated!