Re: Debian install on beige G3 (Of 2.4)
Thanks for the tip...but my system is running beautifully with Debian talking
to the scsi card. Would the firmware update improve any speed of the scsi
bus while i'm running linux or is it just a os x thiing?
On 5 May 2003 at 9:27, Michel Lanners wrote:
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> > > I have been trying to install debian on my beige g3 minitower (g3-400, 512
> > > Mb Ram, 18 Gig SCSI HD, DVD-ROM) and have been painfully unsuccesful.
> > Hmm, beige G3 with SCSI? Is this the Apple SCSI card? If yes, I had to
> > upgrade he card's firmware on the machine I have at work. I'll check on
> > Monday... I think I have the URL for the explanation/firmware
> > somewhere...
> Have a look at this Apple KB article:
> (or search for 'MacOS X SCSICard Updater' at
> It seems MacOS X needs an updated firmware on the Apple OEN FW-SCSI
> card. I did perform the upgrade, but I can't remember what te symptom
> of my problem was.
> Also, the link I remembered in my previous mail is this one:
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