From the litterature, it appears that a 68kMac NetBSD box must be run as
a dual OS machine. I'd like to make the IIsi somewhat
usefull/entertaining again, but it only has a 370 MB HD and it's too old
to justify upgrading hardware. Is it possible to do away with the
Macintosh operating aystem?
Also, I've installed several versions of Redhat on a Pentium II system
using an NFS server over a T1 shared by only 14 computers. If it didn't
work out, I knew I'd just have to restart the install and sit back for
an hour while it installed. I'm wondering how much more painful it will
be to install on a MacIIsi / 9 MB ram from 1.44 MB floppies. The Linux
install on my i686 with all name-brand (3Com, AWE, etc.) hardware
seemed much easier than watching my father upgrade to system 7 on his
Mac. Perhapse I just have a much higher fustration threshold than Dad.
Should I bring a new bottle of asprin with me when I go to my parents'
house to do the MacBSD instillation?
Thanks for your time,