Re: Bootable Debian install CD-ROM for Mac 68k
On Sat, Oct 21, 2006 at 12:19:09PM +0200, Laurent Vivier wrote:
> Yes. But a "dummy" driver returning "noErr" doesn't work.
> I think it must call at least "AddDrive".
Based on a look at the Driver technote from Apple, it looks like the
driver from the disk is used to access disk blocks in the ROM code, so
you need a full driver to be able to use the disk. Although you could
leave out the write support in this case, I presume.
> I'm searching the SCSI_Driver_Example.sit, but I don't find it on the
> apple website.
> Do you know where I can find it ?
I went looking for it on their ftp site that is used for downloads, and
while there was an archive section with some SCSI stuff, I didn't find
that specific sample. I imagine Apple would still have it internally,
and it's possible they would give you a copy if you ask. I don't know
if you have a developer account with them (the entry level doesn't
cost any money), but that might be the best way to get a copy.