On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 07:49:03PM +0300, Jari Lammi wrote: > email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote 26.7.2001 05:03: > > I've had this problem too, on my Quadra 605. The information about it is > > somewhat buried in website. A defective LC040 CPU will cause this error. > > Apologies for not having the link that mentions the chip revision code > > that is defective, but it is possible to find from the ports page. > > If you are having an LC040, it's reccomended to try to get a real 040, > > since then you'll have an hardware FPU. > > I purchased the machine just yesterday, so I guess there is no point in > obtaining a new CPU to a computer that costed around $17 USD. It is an > LC040, saying "523134-101", "XC68LC040RC258", "02E36", "QEMB9404C" and > "MALAYSIA". So it's defective then? Probably. Here's the infos: http://www.mac.linux-m68k.org/docs/faq.php#sec-4.5 > I tried to install some packages with dpkg, some succesful and some not. I'm > familiar with Debian x86, so this must be either an issue of CPU or > nonfinished installation process, musn't it? > > Think, I'll try to change the machine to an earlier model then, with a 030 > processor. Pity, since this one had 20 MB RAM, 250 MB harddisk and a > DaynaPort ethernet card installed. I'm trying to find an 060-based machine, myself. -- Ferret I will be switching my email addresses from @ferret.dyndns.org to @mail.aom.geek on or after September 1, 2001, but not until after Debian's servers include support. 'geek' is an OpenNIC TLD. See http://www.opennic.unrated.net for details about adding OpenNIC support to your computer, or ask your provider to add support to their name servers.
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