Subject: Re: Daystar '030/33 doesn't like 1.0
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
Date: 11/09/1994 20:50:16
> macBSD 1.0 doesn't like my Daystar accelerator. FWIW, I'm using a Mac II,
> with 8mb of RAM, a 12mb swap partition and the rest of the 40mb Quantum
> drive as Root & usr.
It shouldn't mind it if you turn the cache off w/ the control panel. Is
this incorrect? Hmmm... Or maybe it's OK with the 40MHz cards, but
it's not OK with the 50MHz variety. Wish I had one... ;-)
> Oh, one other thing- I noticed that the RasterOps 264/SE30 card was
> verboten, and I was using a NuBus 264 card, so I put in my old Toby frame
> buffer instead. Can I use the '264 card, or will it get cranky?
You can try to use it. I don't know if anyone's tried the NuBUS card.
> and while I'm at it, is there a compiled version of 'dt' somewhere?
If you grab the dt package, it should have a compiled copy along w/ the
source. You can place it wherever you like. /usr/local/bin is a good
Allen Briggs - end killing - firstname.lastname@example.org ** MacBSD == NetBSD/Mac **