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I want to apologize to all the people in the mailing list, and expecially to Mr
Kunz, but in my previous posting I made a mistake:
My RS6000 system is NOT a 43/100, but a Model 7011-250
PPC 601 @ 66/80 MHz
L1 cache 32KB
1MCA Bus 80 Mhz.
So, I think I'm out of luck.
On 29 Mar 2003 at 17:23, Jochen Kunz wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 28, 2003 at 08:11:31PM +0100, Riccardo Orfei wrote:
> > I for instance would be very happy to install NetBSD on my
> > IBM RS6000 43/100 system.
> > Where could I find information on that?
> NetBSD/PReP runs on that machine, see the apropriate port-prep
> page on http://www.netbsd.org/ and the port-prep%netbsd.org@localhost
> mailing list archive.
> > Where is this "Installer"? Is there a site, a Howto, a FAQ to refer
> > to?
> Dig through the archive of the port-prep%netbsd.org@localhost mailing list.
> (Link to the archive is on the NetBSD main site.) I wrote some remarks
> about installation on the 43P-100 in last summer or fall. (Sorry, I
> have my personal archive not by hand to be more speciffic.)
> In short: Boot the install disk image via net or from floppy.
> Exit the sysinstall programm.
> dd the image of that floppy disk to the raw system disk you want to
> install NetBSD on. You get the special PReP boot partition (type 0x41)
> and bootblocks that way. Make an additional primary patition after
> that boot partition of type "NetBSD" that coveres the rest of the
> disk. Get back to sysinstall and install NetBSD in that patition. --
> Homepage: http://www.unixag-kl.fh-kl.de/~jkunz
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