Subject: Re: Installation question
To: Daniel Koo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 03/07/1997 10:17:57
In order to install NetBSD onto a disk you either need to
dedicate the entire disk to netbsd, or repartition the disk
into an AmigaOS part and a NetBSD part. It _might_ be
possible to do the latter without wiping the disk if someone
has written a program for it, but either way its a much better
idea to back the machine up before installing.
Microsoft: Asks you where you want to go. NetBSD gets you there.
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SysOP: Monochrome, Largest UK Internet BBS - 'telnet mono.org'.
On Fri, 7 Mar 1997, Daniel Koo wrote:
> Dear friends of Netbsd,
> I have an Amiga with a SCSI disk and I want to install
> Netbsd on this. How can I proceed to install it without losing all the
> contents of it?
> Thanks for your appreciate,
> Amiga user since 1990.