Subject: Re: Problems booting new 1.3 kernel
To: Bill Harris <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/12/1998 17:20:37
On Mon, 12 Jan 1998, Bill Harris wrote:
> I've got an old Toshiba TMS-330 that we've been using to load
> Ultrix on the 5k/240's with (it also is liked by SGI's a lot) and a 500
> drive which does 512 byte blocks.
> I plan to install NetBSD 1.3 with tarballs onto the 500 meg, move the
> drive over to my mac's scsi chain, then use Adaptec's Toast CD authoring
> software to build a disk image and then write it to a new CD. I can also
> do a SCSI to SCSI copy as mentioned before, but I'm not sure which method
> will give me a better chance at building a "bootable" NetBSD 1.3 CD?
> Any ideas/suggestions before I start making coasters?
Have you looked at cdrecord (/usr/pkgsrc/sysutils/cdrecord) in the