Subject: Re: AUX partitions
From: jim howard - bit.map <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/01/1994 19:15:16
> I'm trying to have MacBSD running on a IIvx 5/230 CD but I had problems with A/UX partitioning.
> The 230MB HD has an APS driver installed but only A/UX partitions were created with APS power tools.
> The partitions were:
> 31.5K partition map 1 count with me
> 16K apple_driver43 <-- [deleted] 2
> 20MB mac_os 3
> 40MB mac_os 4
> 20MB mac_os 5
> 10MB mac_os 6
> 10MB mac_os 7
> 20MB mac_os 8
> 50MB mac_os 9
> 10MB A/UX swap 10
> 50MB A/UX root&usr 11
this one's pretty simple from a problem point of view.
you have too many partitions, netbsd/mac only understands eight i believe.
you'll need to repartition the drive to have <= 8 including the driver
partition. (hex 0->F)
alternately, (im not sure if this will work) try making the
A/UX partions higher in the list so the extra ones that
arent seen by netbsd are macOS.