Subject: Re: How does one install NetBSD on a mac cube?
To: Dave Low <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Henry B. Hotz <email@example.com>
Date: 03/26/2001 15:14:35
At 11:58 AM -1000 3/26/01, Dave Low wrote:
>I got a lot further today. I copied ofwboot.elf, boot.fs, netbsd.ram.gz,
>netbsd-GENERIC_MD.gz, ofwboot.xcf to the root of Macintosh HD.
>Then I used SystemDisk2.3.1.smi to determine that Macintosh HD is hd:9 and
>then in OF
>0 > boot hd:9,ofwboot.elf hd:9,boot.fs <return>
>The boot loader ran and I got to where it asks for the terminal and gives a
>choice of vt100
>At that point the whole operation gets stuck and friezes up.
>Any ideas at this point????
Nothing strikes me. I presume you tried blank or vt100 as choices.
They should be the minimum risk options.
I guess I'm not too surprised you had to use a -current snapshot.
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