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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Scott Jann)
Subject: Re: MacBSD on a IIcx
To: email@example.com (David Holcomb)
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 1994 11:33:20 -0600 (CST)
In-Reply-To: <199411111720.MAA15576@cray-ymp.acm.stuorg.vt.edu> from "David Holcomb" at Nov 11, 94 12:20:43 pm
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> > The only thing I can think of as weird, is when I do "ls" in the
> > minishell in the installer utility, 4 files from the end, it says
> > "fstat: file not found".
> The fstat message can be ignored. It is a Mac-OS-only installer
> problem, but it's not damaging in any way.
> When you booted, did you get any grey bars? Can you count how
> many and send mail to alice again? Also, if you can record all
> the output you see when you boot, that would be helpful too.
Yes, I got info, and some grey bars, but it all goes by too fast to
make sense of it, when it gets to the point it starts saying "panic:
kernel jump to zero" and everything scrolls away.
> And if/when you find out what was wrong (and how you fixed it :)
> send mail to alice to let us know.
The only thing I can think of is my video card is making it mad. I
remember the docs said it didn't like 24-bit cards, I do have a 24-bit
Apple Display Card. Is this a known incompatability, or is it known
to be compatable?
> --Dave Holcomb
Scott Jann (Mr. Bill)
email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org, and various others that
I don't want to bother listing here.