Subject: Building disks without HP-UX?
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Patrick Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/17/1995 14:35:27
After a couple months of not having NetBSD on my 400t, I'm starting to
go into withdrawl. I have a leftover Sun shoebox (with a whopping 170MB)
that I used to use for a drive, but as I recall, I had to find some kind
soul who would construct a bootable disk image that I could dd onto the
drive. Since I don't have an HP-UX machine (or, more specifically, I
don't have HP-UX... I guess it *could* run on my 400t), I'm faced with
this problem again. Is there a platform-independant way to do this?
Or do I need to beg for help with it again? :-)