Re: installation hangs/crashes on 2007 iMac

2020-04-30 Thread Jan Stary
On Apr 29 14:12:24, open...@2al.ch wrote: > I have an Macmini2,1 from mid 2007 with similar specs [1] and presumably > similar firmware. I tested a whole lot of combinations for booting it and > came to the following conclusion: > > To boot OpenBSD you have to use the internal SATA or ATA

Re: installation hangs/crashes on 2007 iMac

2020-04-29 Thread Allan Streib
(To misc@ readers, this reply includes an earlier reply from me that inadvertently wasn't copied to the list). Allan Streib writes: > multifred writes: > >> To boot OpenBSD you have to use the internal SATA or ATA devices. > > Thanks, I will try that. Was about to report that a 6.7 snapshot

Re: installation hangs/crashes on 2007 iMac

2020-04-29 Thread multifred
I have an Macmini2,1 from mid 2007 with similar specs [1] and presumably similar firmware. I tested a whole lot of combinations for booting it and came to the following conclusion: To boot OpenBSD you have to use the internal SATA or ATA devices. That means you need to use the CD/DVD-drive as

installation hangs/crashes on 2007 iMac

2020-04-28 Thread Allan Streib
With extra time while in quarantine I idly tried to install 6.6 on an older iMac[1] I have. Using install66.fs on a USB flash drive, when starting (holding ALT key) it was offered as a boot disk choice. It reaches the boot> prompt, then reaches the "entry point at..." and crashes (machine