Subject: Mac II cx 16 MRAM last msg "about to set MMu control (hold your breath)
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Seppo Kallio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/26/1995 18:28:37
I did try to get macbsd running in my Mac ii cx.
It has 16 MB RAM (4*4SIMMs), 2 disks, booting from 240MB disk 0 (Maxtor),
Apple Ethernet Card. netbsd.GENERIC#25 kernel.
I have grey bars checked but this is the last message:
Mac II cx 16 MRAM last msg "about to set MMU control (hold your breath)".
I have MacOS 7.1. The mode32 does not come with in the boot, it is
disabling itself. Should I boot from 7.0? I did try som older system from
floppy - with same results as with 7.1