Subject: Re: installing on a macII
To: jeff schindall <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 04/24/1994 16:13:33
> My system consists of a macII w/PMMU, 20MB ram, 85MB internal disk, a Toby
> graphics card and an Asante enet card.  The mac-os is sys7.1 with mode32
> and 32bit addressing on.  I don't have any extra adb devices--just an apple
> ergo-mouse and an extended keyboard.

Try it w/o mode32 & 32-bit addressing.  Also try giving the booter 8MB 
instead of 20.

> Should I only use 8MB physical ram instead of 20?  Do I need to remove the
> enet card--its address did appear on the screen during the boot.

If something was odd w/ the ethernet card, it probably would have manifested
itself as a problem somewhat earlier.

Don't know about the optical.  MO support has dropped in priority since I
picked up a new machine to port to.


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