Subject: Re: Another Mac IIsi install
To: Richard Wackerbarth <>
From: Allen 'Time?' Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 10/23/1994 22:47:46
> >So you have to remake your fstab entries to reflect the new mapping.
> >Of course, this wouldn't happen if you choose scsi id 6 for the new drive.
> >The other platforms I've worked on just map scsi id X to sdX, and that is
> >what I was expecting here. I'm not saying this is a big problem or
> >anything, it just confused me when I first tried to get everything working.
> I, too, consider this very user-unfriendly!

This is only true if you're using the GENERIC structures.  If you build
a custom kernel, you can assign sd0 to your third disk--whatever you want.


Allen Briggs - end killing - ** MacBSD == NetBSD/Mac **