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Re: mac & linux

On Thu, Feb 05, 1998 at 04:14:15PM -0500, Paul McDermott wrote:
> hello eric and everyone else.  I looked at the web-page but could not find
> a way to make bootdisks and then use them.  Any more help woud be greatly
> appreciated.  I subscribed to the 68k mailing list (that is debian's) but
> have not heard of anything.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

The floppy drive is only supported for the Mac II, so don't bother searching
for boot disks.  There are some Mac side utilities to start the install.
The FAQ (http://www.mac.linux-m68k.org/faq.html) gives the installation
details.  The way to boot macs for a quick test without installing anything
is to boot into the MacOS, use Penguin (the mac equivalent to loadlin) and 
boot with a ram disk (available from the mac development ftp site) and a
mac kernel.  The debian and redhat m68k install won't work for macs out of
the box.

The best mailing list for help is the mac developers' list (mail
majordomo@wave.lm.com with body of 'subscribe linux-mac68k').  Its a
bit technical, but they'll be glad to help out with problems.


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