Subject: Re: IIci working kernel?
To: Scott Kaplan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
Date: 05/02/1995 23:55:07
>Okay, I'm sorry if this is something that everyone already knows about, but--I
>was wondering if anyone has either a) an MRG kernel that is happy on the IIci,
>or b) a non-MRG kernel that will work happily with the 1.0 distribution.
The current kernels should work properly with the IIci's ADB. This
problem was fixed by Paul Goyette a few weeks back and I rolled the
changes into the current sources almost immediately. I don't know
how the IIci currently deals with ethernet, though...
See www.netbsd.org or ftp.netbsd.org for info on obtaining
NetBSD-current. I have some test kernels on my home machine
(puma.bevd.blacksburg.va.us) in /pub/test and netbsd.042595
seems to work for a couple of people. There are no guarantees
about any kernel in that directory at any time, though. For
instance, 042995 is known to have broken dt and X.
Allen Briggs - end killing - firstname.lastname@example.org ** MacBSD == NetBSD/mac68k **