4.3BSD-Reno install on MicroVAX II

jkunz at unixag-kl.fh-kl.de jkunz at unixag-kl.fh-kl.de
Wed Jun 7 07:56:56 AEST 2000

On  6 Jun, Michael Sokolov wrote:

>> Ahhh! Why is there no note in the distribution directory? 
> OK, I'll add one.
A litle note like:
Look at http://minnie.cs.adfa.edu.au/Quasijarus/compress.html to see how
to decompress the files. 
in the FORMAT file can save much time if you are a Quasijarus beginner. 
Or a Link "HOWTO install Quasijarus" with a note about the compress
issue, creating tapes, ... on the Quasijarus main page will do the job

> Hmm, I thought this was enough info for folks to figure out that
> components/compress.tar is the right tarball...
Again. "Look at Distributions/4bsd/components/compress.tar" can save

> It's in the components directory, as opposed to the tape distribution directory
> for any particular release, because it's a grabbed-out BSD component that can
> be used with any release. The tape distribution directories have exactly what
> goes on the tape in the format it goes there, nothing more, nothing less.
Ahh. I did not know this. 

ARGL! Now my TK50 died! Sh..., fu..., [other censored stuff] 
What have we learned now? Kids, do not dismount the optical positioner
at the back of a TK50 drive for cleaning! GRMBL.
OK. Tomorrow is a new day, new luck. I will mount the TK50Z in the MVII
and I will give Quasijarus a try. If Quasijarus also fails, the BA23 box
will stay inactive until I get a working, 2.11BSD capable PDP11 CPU. 

a guts N├Ąchtle,

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