Subject: Keyboard trouble w/MacBSD10.si.test
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From: Ben Suppe <ben@wanda.Princeton.EDU>
Date: 11/03/1994 10:39:42
Sorry if I'm asking a frequently-asked-question.
I'm entirely new to MacBSD and the MacBSD-General mailing list (subscribed
yesterday), so I probably do not understand what is going on. Nonetheless,
this is my experience with the MacBSD10.si.test kernel at
I set up a filesystem and swap on a 44 meg syquest. I have a MacIIsi
w/5megs RAM, running System 7.0. I made drivers, installed the si.test
kernel (which extracted as "netbsd10.test"), etc10, and base10, in that
Upon booting the only abnormal signs were:
"adb-init(): timed out!!!"
And the failure to recognize any keyboard input at the login prompt.
Just two quick questions:
Is the si.test kernel supposed to work on an si, or do I misunderstand?
If it is supposed to work, am I making an obvious mistake?
BTW: Thanks for the effort everyone is putting into this port! I'll be stoked
when it runs on my IIsi!
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