>"You need a PMMU or a 68030 or above to run this" "Orange Whip"
>I have a MAC II with an 80MB HD, 2MB partitioned for MAC o/S, the rest an
>A/UX partition. Does that mean I can't run NetBSD on this machine?
You are doing nothing wrong except overlooking the error message and the
hardware requirements... ;-)
The 68020 has no inherent facilities for paged memory management.
NetBSD needs to have a PMMU (68851) with the 68020. The 68030 and
68040 have that functionality built-in (in slightly different ways).
So, you need to pick up a PMMU to replace the HMMU that Apple has
filling the slot, or you need to get a 68030 upgrade (an accelerator
(which may not work under NetBSD--some successes have been noted)
or a IIx upgrade (which will also give you the 1.4MB floppy support
on the motherboard and ROMs that will allow you to use more memory,
Where does all my time go? <a href="http://www.netbsd.org/">Guess.</a>