On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 3:48 PM, Richard (MQ) <osl2008(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
I think the RAM & other hardware is OK - OS-X
boots as expected.
I just realised that I can check the file SHA1 sum on the server - I'll do
that in the morning. Not sure how many people are on this list, I assume
no-one else sees the error but is that because no-one is testing? Or is the
sum wrong on the repo?
Hard to tell. Unfortunately, interest in PPC died when the devs
decided to drop support with 11.2, and didn't tell anyone untill 11.2
was released. I didn't have the ability to beta test for that release
so I didn't find out until it was too late to try to make a
should still see the drive but it will be empty.
My bad. But there is an HD - it boots OS-X just fine.
So "fdisk -l" should
at least report it, as should pdisk. Will try the latter tomorrow.
Looks to me like a missing module - I need that OSL 11.0 HD
I'll check this, but "pdisk -l" alone
(no device specifier) should list all
devices (subject to driver modules), no?
Far as I know. However, I was under the impression that the newer
versions defaulted to /dev/sda and that if you had a cd, it would try
to open it instead(ran into that a few times). Hard to tell.
Again, my bad. I think it's a Powerbook
("Lombard" G3, with a dodgy keyboard
If you are in need of one, the LowEndMac swap list is a good resource.
Is that easy to find on their site? I'd
appreciate a link if not.
Unfortunately, it's probably in a similar state as our factory. They
are focusing on 64bit, & the 32bit version is pretty much untested, so
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