Subject: re:Re: Trouble booting
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List: macbsd-general
Date: 02/25/1994 10:17:24
Hey David,

I just got over that hump.  In the Booting Preferences I didn't have the right 
Partition Name (HD SC & mkfs tells you the name), the right SCSI ID (0 for the 
internal), and netbsd was copied wrong.  I used MacGzip to ungzip 
netbsd-012393.gz, but it ungzipped it as text. WRONG!  Make sure you check 
"binary" in the gzip menu.  Then I put netbsd in the same folder as the 
utilities.  Then in MacBSD Install I type "cpin netbsd /netbsd".

My config.

SE/30 5/80
54MB root&usr
20MB swap
6MB hfs

Of course, I don't know UNIX yet (yes, I'm a MacBrat) so I haven't got much 
further than the # prompt.  It's a start:) Books are on the way!

Hope this helps.


Mark Raidt
D.P. Planning Specialist
Oklahoma State Department of Education
Research/Data Services