Subject: =MacBSD= Iomega Zip100 + SE/30 = nope...
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: =CEC= Clifford "Piyo-kun" CAOILE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/24/1995 02:14:00
(Please excuse my first post...)
(Wow! A UN*X like system for the Mac... Now I can run my favorite
vi macros in *vi* on a mac... Cool! ^_^; )
Well, I was hoping that I could install MacBSD on Iomega's removable
Zip 100 mb drives, but it always froze on startup. Formatting and
partitioning was no problem, but during bootup, BSD panicked when it
saw the Iomega driver/SCSI device. C'est la vie, but it doesn't
have to be that way... What's so special about a Syquest 44 mb
I will give up (with removable media boot), unless you guys and gals
toss out some suggestions... I haven't seen much about Zip and MacBSD
in the MacBSD mail list arch...
Oh yeah, the SE/30 I'm using isn't mine. How much are these wee
beasties anyway? This works well for my tasks. (And MacBSD!)
,-~-. \ =CEC= Clifford E "Piyo-kun" C A O I L E
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