Subject: MacBSD on portables?
To: None <MACBSD-GENERAL@NETBSD.ORG>
From: ER&D - Analog Engineer <JENSTING@AppleLink.Apple.COM>
Date: 11/03/1994 10:36:00
I'm wondering how much more work needs to be done to get MacBSD running on a
portable. I'd like to use a 030 based portable with FPU and all that (say, a
170), and I need to run X.
How much more work is needed before I can boot MacBSD reliably?
(The README file at cray-ymp...vt.edu talks about stopping at single user)
How much more work before an X driver is available?
(I kind'a fear it'll have to be written from scratch..)
Answers to these questions would allow me to consider putting some time into
it, but I'm *not* promising anything ;-) ;-)
Any hints etc much appreciated
Jens Tingleff Analog Engineer. Apple Computer ER&D Paris, France
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