Re: Debugging crash on m68k
On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 01:17:20AM +0100, Will Newton wrote:
> In actual fact I have a Macintosh Quadra 650 but I have no idea what monitor
> type it requires or what the possibility of installing Debian on it is (the
> box is marked "No O/S").
It's suposed to work, take a look at:
I attach a mail describing how to connect a VGA monitor. I've a mac LCII and
it works perfectly with the VGA :>, the Q650 supports VGA and SVGA, but don't
know for sure if this will work for you, try it.
> ...anyway, I can't figure out why the build is failing here so I am trying to
> find someone who can give me a backtrace of the crash which should help me
> fix it. Can anyone offer me such a thing? I realise m68k build time is always
> in short supply.
I'm going to install debian on my mac, but right now i don't have the ether
card, my floppy is broken :<, and i need a bigger HD. If i can manage to
get it working this week i'll tell you, but if you can find someone else...
go for it :>
From: Bob C. <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2001 7:42 PM
Subject: Re: A pc monitor for a lc2
> Coincidentally, I just made an adapter for my LC/LCIII last week. :-)
> It's easy, as long as you can find the somewhat non-standard DB-15 male
> connector that plugs into the Mac, which is not as readily available as the
> High Density D-Sub-15 female connectors you can get at Radio Shack
> Mac <--> VGA
> 1 ---- 6 (red ground)
> 2 ---- 1 (red video)
> 5 ---- 2 (green video)
> 6 ---- 7 (green ground)
> 9 ---- 3 (blue video)
> 13 ---- 8 (blue ground)
> 12 ---- 14 (/vertical sync)
> 14 ---- 10 (/horizontal sync ground)
> 15 ---- 13 (/horizontal sync)
> Note: In addition, on the Mac plug, connect pins 7 and 10 together (no
> connection to the VGA side), so that your Mac will know to use 640x480
> Hope that helps!