So, here’s the full system:
Networking is the biggest current issue, and replacing the default VGA display with something better would be useful, too. But it works :-)
Oh, and images of the driver disks are available from Apple.
April 17th? Can I borrow your time machine?
Hah – that’s April 17th 1997. With no network I hadn’t bothered setting the correct date – I haven’t even installed the y2k patches. When I get networking, um, working, I’ll configure NTP.
It looks so muc better in color! I’ve the VBW20DiplayDriver working. I set the target OS to ‘Linux’ and ‘Other Linux’ and turned onff the VT-x support in Parallels. I also had to muck with the order of the drivers.
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