Subject: Re: NetBSD on MacIIx and fx
To: Konstantin Olchanski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/10/1995 13:04:59
>I have two questions:
>1. what is the story about MacBSD support for MacIIfx?
Nope, don't even think about it
>2. what is the story about ethernet support on MacIIx?
Great, mine's running on 184.108.40.206
>This is what I am trying to do:
>the kernel from netBSD-1.0 boots on a borrowed macIIx
> (it's owner was really happy to get my macIIfx
> in exchange :-) but I cannot get the eithernet
> network to function: about 10 seconds after I type
> root> ifconfig ae0 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
i created /etc/hostname.ae0 witch contains:
inet <your machine's name>
> I see the message (approximately) "ethernet ring buffer overflow"
> and the machine freezes.
??? don't know
>I tried to boot newer kernels (from NetBSD-current and from ftp.eskimo.com)
> but neither of them boot- they hang after complaining about
> my graphics card. I can give more details if anybody wants them.
use booter 1.6, also on eskimo!
what kind of graphics card?
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