- -harvested an old PCI SCSI card from a dead Powermac G4
-Installed Ubuntu Linux on my desktop PC (did not have that there yet)
-Successfully wrote the image to an old 500MB SCSI drive
-Managed to mount the ADFS as well as the UFS partitions in Ubuntu
-Installed the drive in my A310 (RO3, 4MB, ARM3)
-Updated the RISCiX from the archive file
-Made the config options
The result is this:
The branch through zero error only comes after setting the device to sd0. The only way to get the RISCiX module started after this is by resetting the CMOS.
I do not have an Acorn SCSI podule, I use a Morley Electronics one. Perhaps that is the problem. The format utility for the Morley Electronics SCSI card does offer the option of creating RISCiX partitions, which suggests that it is supported.
Any suggestions to get this one step further? It has been a lot of fun so far but