Subject: Booting without a monitor or keyboard
To: None <port-mac68k@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jack Culpepper <email@example.com>
Date: 11/12/1995 10:03:28
I've been using the GENERIC #42 kernel quite happily for about a month now
on my IIsi 17/80, Ansante EtherNet, external 240MB HD. However, I don't have
an extra monitor to spare. This is fine most of the time -- I'm primarily
using it on the network anyway. However, whenever I want to reboot, I have
to unplug the monitor and keyboard off my PowerMac and hook it up to the IIsi
because System 7.0 will not boot without a monitor attached! Has anyone found
a work around for this problem? My PowerMac 7500 (with sys 7.5.2) boots fine
without a monitor, but 7.5.2 won't install on the si.
Aside from this, I have been _extremely_ happy with everything about NetBSD,
and am eagerly awaiting 1.1!
Thanks in advance,