Subject: Re: Progress using NetBSD/Mac 1.0_BETA
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: Scott Kaplan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/24/1994 00:33:35
>> Is there a way, once in BSD, to see how much memory it
>> thinks it has? I can check that and let you know what it's doing...
>The kernel _should_ print it out as one of the first things it does
Sure enough, it does print it out as one of the first things during
booting. So, here's what happened: When I set it to 4 megs with the Auto
RAM sizing option off, it *stayed* at 4 megs according to the kernel. When
I turn auto sizing on, it changes the setting to 8 megs correctly, but that
makes it lock up at that same file system checking point.
Maybe some parts of the IIci-specific code was overlooking for inclusion
into this latest kernel? Lawrence, is there an older kernel for use with
the IIci that I should try out?