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Re: EMILE supported hardware

Le 21 nov. 06 à 17:52, Eugen Paiuc a écrit :

On Mon, 2006-11-20 at 13:26 +0100, Eugen Paiuc wrote:
On Sun, 2006-11-19 at 16:50 +0100, Wouter Verhelst wrote:

I created a page on the Debian Wiki[1] that attempts to list the
Apple hardware that is supported by the Debian EMILE packages, with the
intention of advising users whether or not their hardware is properly
supported by EMILE.

Unfortunately that list is still pretty short as of this moment. I would
appreciate it if people could attempt to check their systems with EMILE,

emile boot a IIcx  

I didn't know, thanks.

Theoretically, it should boot Q610, LC475, IIci, Q650, Q800, LC, Performa 450 (= LCII ?), SE/30, Classic II 
PB150, PB180, PB520, PB540 (I've tested release 0.8 on all these machines).
For powerbooks, emile works (i.e. it loads kernel and ramdisk and starts kernel), but the kernel doesn't support these machines.
Moreover, to book directly from disk (i.e. without floppy), only SCSI disks are supported, not ATA.
It has been reported that Color Classic (and Mystic version with good emile parameter) should work too.

I've tested 0.11CVS on Q610 and Q800.
Since 0.10, emile should work on Q840 (but kernel doesn't support the onboard ethernet). My Q840 is dead again (my third Q840... BTW, my IIci is dead too...R.I.P.)
0.9 works with Mac Classic (68000 based) but this feature has been lost since 0.10 :-P (Which one do you prefer: Classic or Q840 ?)


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