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Re: rl(4) kernel driver dependency .problems
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: rl(4) kernel driver dependency .problems
- From: ofbsd_(_at_)_pmt_(_dot_)_org
- Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2003 19:23:52 -0600
On 8 Apr 2003 at 12:45, Benjamin Aitchison wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 07, 2003 at 07:07:07PM -0400, Christopher Nehren wrote:
> > On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 18:53, Chuck Yerkes wrote:
> > > You kids, with your more than 12MB RAM and 100MB disks!
> > >
> > > You're spoiled.
> > Okay, wanna point me to a tutorial which tells me how I can install OBSD
> > on a 386SX with 2 MB RAM and a 40 MB drive? :)
> First you upgrade to 8 MB RAM...
> Then I think you could probably do it. :)
> I'm so tempted, that I may find an old 386 and try and do it. Fill it up
> with 8x1mb 30 pin ram sticks, and turn turbo off, and see it go .. ;)
> It'll be a mission finding a working 40 MB drive though.
I just moved from Alaska to Idaho, and gutted my old 386sx :(
Yes, I do have the 40MB hd (Western Digital) and the 8x1meg chips. I ran a
packet station with it for sometime.
That will have to wait till I get my ole Aptiva E26 setup with either openbsd3.1 or
Warp4 as a gateway for the home network.
I have had so much fun playing with all these computers that I haven't even taken
the time to go look for a job! ;)
If the Aptiva is too much, I may have to use this older 486 sitting here under the
Hats off to you if you can get the 386 running. I think I still have the uptime log on
the hd. I shut it down after about 67 days for some work. I was running debian 2.0
(if I remember correctly).
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