Subject: Re: Trouble booting
To: Allen Briggs <>
From: David Tay <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 02/26/1994 22:11:03
On Sat, 26 Feb 1994, Allen Briggs wrote:

> Which kernel is this?  It's not netbsd-012394.  Or if it is, check
> to make sure that it was downloaded in binary mode and uncompressed
> in binary mode...

It sure is netbsd-012394. I downloaded it from
from the new_kernels directory and I downloaded/decompressed it as binary.
That much I am sure.

>That's what's called a kernel panic.  I'll see if I can make the numbers
>mean anything.  What kind of nubus/PDS cards do you have in your machine?
>What kind of machine do you have?  How much RAM?  (If you listed this info

1. Macintosh IIcx
2. 5 mb ram: 4-1mb simms, 80ns and 4-256k simms, 80ns
3. Quantum 85ELS and all hfs--80 mb drive
   Quantum Q250 with 32 mb root/usr, 4 mb swap and 4 mb hfs--41mb drive
4. MacPro Plus keyboard
5. Apple High Resolution video card--set at 1-bit; max 256 colors, 8-bit.
   Might be an upgraded 4-bit card....
6. 3COM EtherLink/NB; 10-base2 (thinnet) card; model 3C543
7. NEC 3FGx monitor

Thanks alot folks. I really appreciate it.