Subject: Re: VS3100 clock and console weirdness
To: None <Marc.Gutschner@Frankfurt.NetSurf.DE>
From: Anders Magnusson <email@example.com>
Date: 06/21/1998 22:59:37
> Since yesterday I also have a rather well equipped VS3100/M38 (dual SCSI,
> 2 RZ23, 32 Megs) in my collection. I've so far been able to boot it up and
> all goes very well up to the point where it says 'setting tty flags'.
> After the 'ttyflags -a' the console keyboard goes crazy and can only be
> restored to normal operation by powercycling the machine.
You must comment out the line
tty00 "/usr/libexec/getty std.9600" unknown off secure
in your /etc/ttys. Otherwise it will change the keyboard speed
to 9600 and it will end to respond.
> Some time ago I've read something about problems with netbooting and more
> than 16 MB RAM. Have these problems been sorted out ? I've ripped the
> additional 16 Megs from the machine to be safe. I would love to put them
> back in.
Yes, if it's a /m38 you can have 32MB in it without problem.
> Another question that Ragge may be able to answer. I have just SUPped the
> current kernel but the 'config' utility seems to create an incomplete
> Makefile. During the link phase it complains about unresolved symbols.
If you're having a 1.3 config, you need to update it. Just fetch the
latest config source and compile it.