Subject: Re: A little bit farther...
To: Glen Barney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Killer <email@example.com>
Date: 08/11/1995 01:56:16
Ok Glen if you have not got a response yet from Allen or the others;
here's the deal: You need either the program "dt-1.x.x" or preferably an
all new set of binaries. You can get the new binaries at:
puma.bevd.blacksburg.va.us in the NetBSD/snapshots/ directory these will
replace the binaries such as base10, man10, text10 etc. You can use the
old mkfs program to reformat your UNIX partition, and use the installer
to install the new binaries just as you did with the old ones. The only
new thing is you need the new booter program MacBSD Booter 1.6 ? I think
that is the correct version number. I had the same problem with my MAC
II and after downloading the new binaries, and a little help from Allen I
am now successfully running NetBSD and X windows. So it does work and it
is getting better. I hope this helps and if you need further help I can
be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Although I am not involved with the
"project" I would be glad to pass on what I have learned. Take care and
On Wed, 9 Aug 1995, Glen Barney wrote:
> Okay, so the memory sizing thing was a stupid mistake. I should have
> thought of that. I set it up to the max, and it installed everything
> just fine! Thanks!
> But now I've got one I can't figure out. The kernel boots, but after
> seven or eight commands, regardless of what they are, the system freezes.
> No warning, no panic, no coredump, no log messages, no nothing. Just
> I'm running a Mac SE/30 w/8MB RAM, a 60MB root partition, and it runs
> fine under MacOS.
> Any ideas on this one?
> Also, if I may...
> * What is the partition device handle for Swap Slice 1 on the root drive?
> * Is there a preferred add user script, or do we do it the old fashioned
> * Which mailing list should I post these lame MacBSD questions to? ;-)
> Thanks for the patience.
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