Subject: Re: New and interesting kernel behavior
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/21/1995 22:17:43
>> I have a similar setup (its working so take heart) Try disabling all the
>> inits, Hold down the shift key and restart. It works for me! I understand
>> that it won't work without mode 32, but I can't get it to run with it! I am
>> using the 042595 kernal. Let me know if that doesn't help you
>Lovely, but the only way that it even got as far as it did was to disable
>extensions and the like... I really believe it would function over the
>serial console ... I even have a serial thingy (thingy is a generic term
>for terminal) but I can't get the UART settings right .. I think it shoud
>be 19200 bps at 8N1 but that isn't working ... I'm seeing complete garbage.
>Also, I'm gonna try netbsd10.patched ... that was supposedly tested on
>a Mac II.
Try setting your terminal and the serial settings to 9600 baud. Old terminals
(like you have) didn't go much faster.