Re: quickstep back up
Op do, 27-01-2005 te 14:07 +0100, schreef Christian T. Steigies:
> On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 01:39:30PM +0100, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> > It took way longer than I would've wanted, but I finally got where I
> > should've been for a loooong while: quickstep is back up and running,
> > using the SCA disk Christian sent me, and an SCA adapter I got from
> > someone Andreas Barth knew.
> Can you tell me a few more details how about how that worked out, maybe in
I hooked it up, it worked. Nothing special...
Should note that it got detected as sda, not sdb; and according
to /proc/scsi/scsi, sda is SCSI ID 0. The mac hard disk which is in
there is SCSI ID 1 (I had it like that for a while already, since my
previous 9G hard disk was configured to be SCSI ID 0, too, and I
couldn't find the jumper to change that). Perhaps that might help?
> My Mac seems to have harddisk problems right now, it does not find most
> of its binaries, last time I booted it. I still have one of those big disks
> lying around, it would be nice to upgrade the Mac from 4GB to 18GB, but it
> did not like the new disk very much. Its been a while though, maybe it
> changed its mind by now. I would prefer not to reinstall the whole machine
> from scratch, that was pretty messy, and I needed to use an emulator for a
> few steps...
> That said, maybe there is an atari expert around? I am still trying to
> convince my Falcon to accept the 40GB IDE disk instead of its 0.4GB SCSI
> disk, with little luck so far. The disk is/was new, which drivers do I need
> to load and what tools do I have to use to partition and format the disk,
> and how do I get a driver onto that disk so that the Atari actually boots
> from the IDE disk.
Does it work if you ignore the disk from AtariOS and partition it for
Linux use only? You could then keep the 0.4GB SCSI disk to boot the
AtariOS bits you need to boot Linux, and boot Linux from the 40GB disk.
That's what I do on quickstep, anyway ;-)
> > I did not get any disapproving reply to my previous post re moving
> > (back, for some) to debian-68k. Does that mean we're all subscribed
> > there now? ;-)
> I wouldn't want to close the build list, I've never left the m68k list. Does
> it really matter if there are one or two lists? Just have procmail sort them
> into one box and you wont even see the difference.
It doesn't matter, except that m68k-build is pretty broken currently. I
got bounced off because of a mistake of my own, and now I can't
subscribe anymore. Also, you need to know where the archives are -- at
first I thought they were gone, if you follow the links from
<http://mailman.nocrew.org/>, you will not end up at the right spot; and
if you correct the final URL you end up at from http://nocrew.org/[...]
to http://mailman.nocrew.org/[...] though, you will see that the
mailinglist isn't much more than a spam database these days, anyway.
Oh, and besides, I don't use procmail. I prefer exim's builtin filtering
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