pkeusem at visi.com
Tue Dec 20 12:47:28 PST 2005
On Tue, Dec 20, 2005 at 08:31:58PM +0100, Gheorghe Ardelean wrote:
> on ultra 1 the onboard ethernet is not supported.
> But if you read the archives you will see that I was able to install and
> boot an Ultra 1 by using a special crafted loader.
> IIRC Marius Strobl has already figured out how to integrate this fix
> (he provided the fix) into the main sources.
> Basically one has to build a loader without gzip support and than is
> working on plain Ultra 1.
> > I just received an Ultra 1 from a friend of mine and was wondering if
> > there is anyway I could get FreeBSD on it? What is the difference
> > between the 1E and the 1?
The 1E has 100 Mbit ethernet and ultra wide SCSI, the 1 has 10 Mbit
ethernet and I believe ultra narrow SCSI.
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