Subject: Can't boot
To: None <>
From: David Tay <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 02/20/1994 06:51:38
Hi, I've been on this mailing list for a few months now and only just
started to try MacBSD out. Sheesh.

But anyway, I'm baffled. After I boot the MacBSD booter and BSD seems
to be running, my Mac reboots out of nowhere. I dunno what to do. This is
what I have:

Mac IIcx
5 megs of RAM
80 mb Apple main drive, 41 mb (Apple Quantum 250 model) with 32 mb root, 2
mb swap, and 3 mb eschatalogy (whatever that is).
Apple High Resolution video card set to 1-bit
3COM Ethernet card, thinnet.

I'm kinda new to UNIX. If someone can help out, I had really appreciate
it. Thanks.

David Tay