Subject: Getting a basic MacBSD 1.0 running on my IIsi
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <SMore95@aol.com>
Date: 05/23/1995 11:48:38
I am not sure if this went through the first time so If this is your second
time reading this I apologize.
0) I installed the base and etc binary packages
1) I installed the netbsd10.patched
2) I changed my memory to 1 less than I have
Set Serial Echo and Console
3) I changed the lines in my ttys file
When I try to boot I get this:
Booting... MID_M68k executable:entry 0x249e
507368 (0x0)+42724+96584+35916+37440 Bye-bye..
So I sez to him... The real way
that it should be done is to:
SerConsole = 1
Then half of my apple menu bar turns blue and halts.
If I don't say echo and console serial I get past this to a blank white
[ preserving 73360 bytes of netbsd symbol table ]
Nothing appears on my dumb terminal.
I have a mac IIsi with 9mb of RAM and I am trying to install it on an 88mb
Any ideas are appreciated.