Subject: Re: IIci internal video + Apple Cache
To: None <pricej@CEBAF.GOV, macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Daniel Risacher <email@example.com>
Date: 03/23/1995 10:15:12
I got my IIsi up last night with almost no problems-
- but I had done it once before.
Notes for the unwary:
the kbd driver for the IIsi doesn't work and you *must* log in over
a serial line. Brad tried to fix this but has not succeeded, I'm
going to start my effort to do so soon. (just bought a new HD)
The IIsi requires the netbsd10.patched kernel to get past the adb init.
I forgot to enable 32bit addressing before booting.
Also remember to disable virtual memory.
On a IIsi, don't bother to put the screen in 1 bit depth; it doesn't matter.
hope this helps,
>>>>> "John" == John W Price <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
John> This exact same thing happens to me on a IIsi. If it means
John> anything, I'm running (or *trying* to run!) NetBSD-1.0.
John> I've followed the advice in the new FAQ list in the "what to
John> do if it doesn't work" question, but it still doesn't. :(