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Re: installing etch on atari



> > > Yes, SCSI is disabled, but if you say it works, I can try. Thee is not much
> >
> > Please do - if you have all my patches it should work (i.e. recover from
> > timeout/reset cycles).
>
> I've built one with SCSI drivers, it will appear as:
>
> http://people.debian.org/~cts/debian-m68k/linux-image/linux-image-2.6.18-4-garkin_2.6.18.dfsg.1-10_m68k.deb

I would test that, only I always have to disable keyboard and MIDI ACIA
handshake line toggles. I was working on a proper fix for that when the
physical chemistry lab section struck.

> Unfortunately the Falcon is continously crashing now, maybe I have to clock
> it down. But it seems I have also lost the software to slow down the
> clock... so I found xcontrol and put xcontrol.acc in C:, now I get a
> segfault during boot. Yeah, how do I get around that? Does zcontrol work any
> better?

I'll check what I have on my Falcon. Just put the old clock module back,
that'll keep it from overclocking.

> > split, perhaps. Or initialize the TOS partition first, then plug that disk
> > into a PC (taking care that the cluster size is <= 4k IIRC!) and copy the
> > files over.
>
> I have a 256 and a 512MB partition now, one of those should work, but I
> can't find my USB case for the hdd right now.
>
> > Another option would be a SCSI Zip drive.
>
> I don't have a ZIP drive, but I have a MOD, which is not recognized by
> hddriver it seems...

The zip might have similar trouble. I'd send you a Zip but I only have a
spare 110V power brick for it :-(

> > If that 2.6.18 still has SCSI disabled, you'll need a new one (you do have
> > a SCSI CD-ROM, do you?).
>
> Yes, I have a SCSI CD-Rom, the one that I bought for my Amiga a long time
> ago (so old, that it does not read cd-rw). I wouldn't even know how to
> connect an IDE CD-Rom or DVD to the Falcon, there is just one IDE port and
> the IDE cable has only one connector.

I know - there are adapters to convert the narrow IDE to the regular
cable; there also should be narrow cables with more than one connector.

With two adapters (male, narrow > female; male > female, narrow) and a
regular cable you should be able to pull this off. ISTR people did attach
an IDE CD-ROM to a Falcon before.

If all else fails, I'll copy some stuff to a SCSI zip or disk and mail it
:-)

	Michael



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