Subject: trying to install current version
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Sean Sweda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/1995 09:13:57
I've been able to successfully bring up netbsd on an SE/30 with
8 megs of ram and a 240 mb drive, with the generic 1.0 release.
However, I *really* want ethernet capability, so I installed the
current binaries (ftp.eskimo.com), but when I try to boot it
hangs on the grf0. I assume this is because the kernal was
compiled for use on a Mac II with the 8-bit video card, and all
I got is the 1-bit screen. Any tips on how to get this up and
running? Especially appreciated would be any info on how to get
the networking via ethernet working.
thanks in advance for any help...
p.s. I would have read the faq, but cray-ymp.acm.stuorg.vt.edu
seems to be down (no answer from ping)
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