Subject: Re: MacBSD hangs a lot on me
To: NetBSD List <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Marc St-Jean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/08/1995 18:07:15
Reply to: RE>MacBSD hangs a lot on me
> I've been having two sorts of problems. The first is just a
>minor annoyance, but I wonder if you've heard of it before of have any
>solution: when my mac is connected to Appletalk, BSD won't boot about
>3/4 of the time. It usually stops right after it decides where the
>video mapping is, but sometimes a little later. Unplugging my mac from
>the network seems to solve this.
I see this all the time. I just assumed that something the MacOS to unix
swap over isn't being done in the right order. (possibly interrupt
vector replacements ?).
If a packet comes in on LocalTalk it jumps to the old interrupt
vector in the MacOS which is no longer there and boom.
If you get lucky the packet hits a little later and it jumps to the
new interrupt vector in the unix serial driver.
Just a theory.
QCC Communications Corp.