MkLinux problems on 6100/66
Try to re-install the system, perhaps a minimal one [can be placed on a
zip or the like], and try again. Also, perhaps something is wrong with
your harddisk [at least, I've had this problem with two of my harddisks
resulting in having to use half the internal 4G harddisk for MkLinux
instead of an external one]. Also, have you got enough RAM ? I've got 72
M RAM with my 6100/60 DOS Compatible.
I've got it running. And I've placed MacOS 8.1 with the Linux software
on a CD-ROM. When booting from this CD-ROM [can be done by holding down
the C-key during boot, if the CD-ROM is in the original Apple CD-ROM
drive], the computer neatly boots into MkLinux.
Per Erik R?nne
Vejlebrovej 40, 2. mf./DK-2635 Ish?j, DENMARK, EUROPEAN UNION
Tlf. + fax: +45 43 73 00 15, mobil +45 28 23 09 92.