Subject: Re: mac IIx problems
To: None <, macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Peter Brewer <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 09/22/1994 09:39:52
>If the major stumbling block is the SCSI controller, I'd suggest looking
>into writing in support for a third-part SCSI controller card, of which

>From what I've heard its just as difficult to get documentation internal
to Apple if you are an Apple technical type! This seems to be 
continuously corroborated over in comp.unix.aux when Apple folks often
are less informed than follower's of that new group. 

>into writing in support for a third-part SCSI controller card, of which

Support for something like the FWB sledge hammer makes alot of sense but
are they going to give you the technical information you need?

-- Peter


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