Re: PowerMac 7100/80 won't boot
At 4:28 pm -0700 14/1/03, Philip Larkin Waters wrote:
Is it NuBus?
Yes it is - incidentally there is a Nubus list for debian at
And what packages can I use for the MachLinux kernel updated 2001 June 19
I am not sure what you mean. I've got all the current Woody (3.0)
packages I want.
I put my installation notes up at http://www.clivemenzies.co.uk/nubus_woody.htm
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Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 1:43 AM
Subject: Re: PowerMac 7100/80 won't boot
At 1:56 pm -0700 13/1/03, Marc Stergionis wrote:
>At about 12:50 PM -0700 on 1/13/03, Marc Stergionis wrote:
>>At about 1:08 PM -0500 on 1/13/03, Allan Streib wrote:
>>>Don't know. My 6500 is a PCI machine. I only have 32 MB RAM, though.
>>>On Mon, 13 Jan 2003, Philip Larkin Waters wrote:
>>>> So if it prompts me for nothing after I try to boot from the
>>>>.img file, that
>>>> means something like I don't have enough memory to complete the
>>>> i'm guessing
>>>> I'm using a 7100/80 with NuBus. I think it has 24MB. is there an
>>> > scaled-down kernel I can use?
>>NuBus machines require a special kernel. You can find some here,
>>although everything seems to be about 1.5 years old, so don't know
>>how it would work with the packages on your CD. Looks like kernel
>Oops ... guess an url would help:
You should also look at:
I've successfully installed woody on an 8100/80 using the 2.4.19 kernel
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