Le 3 décembre 2012 à 07:19, Michael Tomkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
> On 03/12/12 15:46, Finn Thain wrote:
> > On Sun, 2 Dec 2012, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> >> I have a completely fucked installation on quickstep. The MuckOS won't
> >> do TCP/IP anymore, so I can't download from the Internet.
> > If this MacOS installation has a TCP stack, then the problem may be the
> > network interface. It will disappear in the absence of a working AAUI
> > (ethernet transceiver).
> > If MacOS has TCP control panels but they complain, then the network stack
> > may have been disabled in Extension Manager.
> > If no TCP stack is installed, you will need to use more disks or else use
> > the serial port (e.g. zmodem or localtalk) to get the OpenTransport
> > installer onto the target machine.
> >> I don't think I have a working Mac CD-ROM anywhere anymore. The 2.2
> >> kernels on the MacOS partition won't boot the installed system anymore,
> >> but the keymap hasn't been configured for 2.6 yet. Also, the network
> >> configuration is broken.
> >> What this means is I can't reinstall the Linux system, and I can't fix
> >> the current Linux system either. And I doubt I have any SCSI-capable
> >> machines anywhere closeby that I can do a hard disk transplant to.
> > For that, I usually use a cross-compiled, non-modular kernel. I can build
> > one for you easily enough but I can't test it.
> > I can't help with a bootable System 7 installer CD. Mine is in storage and
> > I won't be able to access it until I'm next in Melbourne. Perhaps someone
> > else on this list can rip an image of one; it's easy enough (can use dd on
> > either Linux or OS X).
> > Finn
> Emile has a rescue, netboot and a deb install floppy images. They at
> least will let you edit configs.
> You download them, and write them with dd them from any linux box with a
> floppy (There may be a mac-floppy driver required) and the use them to
> launce your mac.
> I know you can write the rescue disks from MacOS 10.4 with a external
> USB floppy drive and dd.
> All you need is 15 year old floppy's that write and similar drives :)
Emile allows to boot from a CD, too.
This image should do the trick :