Classic 680x0 UNIX platforms (was Re: Running different OSes onclassic hardware)
spectre at floodgap.com
Mon Mar 7 21:35:40 CST 2005
> > I'll chime in. My setup is nearly the same as Doc's, except it's a IIci
> > with a Daystar Turbo 030 (50MHz+68882) and a 8*24*GC (useless in A/UX since
> > the Control Panel makes the A/UX Finder panic), running 3.1. That IIci also
> > boots MacMiNT and System 7.1.
> Ohhh, kewl! What bootloader are you running?
System 7.1 ;)
>From there, it can boot A/UX or MiNT, depending on which booter I start.
I could even have it quad-booting into NetBSD, I suppose.
> And what do you think of MacMiNT? I looked at it a while back and
> thought "Eh."
It has its uses, but without networking support, I don't mess with it much.
It's nice to have a real Perl on a classic Mac, although natch A/UX does
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