Subject: I'm close
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Aaron David Rosenzweig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/15/1995 07:30:51
I think I'm close to getting MacBSD to run:
When I'm in the Booting window I see...
Booting...MID_M68k executable:entry 0x249e.
507356 (0x0) + 42720 + 96584 + 35916 + 37440 Bye-bye...
So I sez to him... The real way
that it should be done is to:
Ser Console = 0
Now the screen clears and an initialaztion starts to take place.
The gray bars shoot bye and text begins to overwrite them. The following
are the last two lines that I see then the keyboard freezes:
User stack (FFFFCFFC):
There are 22 gray bars.
Oh, in the next release of instalation instructions tell people
to hold option-shit-tilde to disable RAMdoubler without touching other
extensions. I found I didn't get past the "Ser Console = 0" line on
the boot window when I had RAMdoubler enabled.
The bearded Tubist, son of Ginger and Harry, Aaron Rosenzweig.