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Re: OF setting for Quik booting in a 7200

On Tue, Feb 06, 2001 at 01:51:40PM -0200, Leandro Dutra wrote:
> 	Could I please have your help?  I have three Macs which I intend to
> use with Debian.  I'm experienced in IBM PC-compatibles installations but
> never succeeded in a RISC one - have already tried a Digital Alpha and a
> beige G3.
> 	Now I have a 7200/75 from which I eliminated any HFS traces thru the
> i command in mac-fdisk.  I booted it with diskettes (the ones with kernel
> 2.2.17) and performed the installation up to almost the end.  Then I've
> tryed nvsetenv but it failed not finding /dev/nvram.
> 	Any ideas?  Also, if there are docs besides the ones in
> http://debian.org./ and the CD I would like to know.

you must have older boot floppies:

cd /dev
mknod nvram c 10 144

that should do it,  the device path is scsi/sd@0:0 iirc.  for internal
stock scsi drive.  

Ethan Benson

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