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Rhapsody DR2 365X help

Started by hexloo, March 22, 2018, 01:49:58 am

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hexloo

I have a ThinkPad 365X that I have just finished installing Rhapsody on. I'm using a 3C589D for the NIC as according to http://www.rhapsodyos.org/hardware/etherlink/etherlink_1.html but with or without it inserted, the system gets stuck at "Configuring device drivers" at bootup. I selected the proper audio drivers, and selected the 760ED video drivers as said here: http://www.rhapsodyos.org/hardware/laptops/the_list_1.html.
I tried searching but I can't seem to find a solution. Thanks.

hexloo

Here's the solution for any 365X/XD owners or just anyone with a Trident Cyber9320 trying to get Rhapsody running:

Use the 760E/ED driver then go to Expert options and change the 9660 part of the PCI ID to 9320. It's working fine for me with color and full res now.

neozeed

If you want slightly better hardware support, try the Darwin 0.3 updates, I think the biggest change is that Darwin will address 512MB of ram, unlike stock Rhapsody.

And if you have multiple disks to mess around with, you can dump/restore Darwin+Rhapsody onto a much larger disk.
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hexloo

Quote from: "neozeed"If you want slightly better hardware support, try the Darwin 0.3 updates, I think the biggest change is that Darwin will address 512MB of ram, unlike stock Rhapsody.

And if you have multiple disks to mess around with, you can dump/restore Darwin+Rhapsody onto a much larger disk.


So I should use the toast from the Darwin-0.3/Apple-CDROM directory for this? The link on there now leads to a qcow image, not an iso. Thanks

edit: if I do this, I get mount_cd9660: Invalid argument.

neozeed

Try this one...

https://sourceforge.net/projects/aapl-darwin/files/Revived/darwin01_i386_dump.iso/download


This is the 0.1 version.  There isn't too much different on the PC between 0.1 and 0.3 ..  but there is a lot of stuff that must have changed regarding dr2 and 0.1
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hexloo

Quote from: "neozeed"Try this one...

https://sourceforge.net/projects/aapl-darwin/files/Revived/darwin01_i386_dump.iso/download


This is the 0.1 version.  There isn't too much different on the PC between 0.1 and 0.3 ..  but there is a lot of stuff that must have changed regarding dr2 and 0.1

When it gets past the prompt asking for startup options it almost immediately displays this:
Error occured while linking driver PCMCIABus:
rld(): Undefined symbols:
.objc_class_name_IOPCMCIADeviceDescription
Error linking PCMCIABus device Driver.
Errors encountered while starting up the computer.
Pausing 10 seconds...

Then afterwards goes to the Rhapsody 1.0 screen and hangs on configuring device drivers.

Any ideas?

neozeed

Quote from: "hexloo"
Quote from: "neozeed"Try this one...

https://sourceforge.net/projects/aapl-darwin/files/Revived/darwin01_i386_dump.iso/download


This is the 0.1 version.  There isn't too much different on the PC between 0.1 and 0.3 ..  but there is a lot of stuff that must have changed regarding dr2 and 0.1

When it gets past the prompt asking for startup options it almost immediately displays this:
Error occured while linking driver PCMCIABus:
rld(): Undefined symbols:
.objc_class_name_IOPCMCIADeviceDescription
Error linking PCMCIABus device Driver.
Errors encountered while starting up the computer.
Pausing 10 seconds...

Then afterwards goes to the Rhapsody 1.0 screen and hangs on configuring device drivers.

Any ideas?


Oh crap, I completely forgot.  The source to the PCMCIA stack was never released, and therefor the link kit to integrate the IOKIT into it just isn't there.  I didn't worry about it at the time, as I was just thinking of desktops and anything 'modern' hasn't had PCMCIA in such a long long time.

So this will be useless for you.   :cry:
# include <wittycomment.h>

hexloo

Quote from: "neozeed"
Quote from: "hexloo"
Quote from: "neozeed"Try this one...

https://sourceforge.net/projects/aapl-darwin/files/Revived/darwin01_i386_dump.iso/download


This is the 0.1 version.  There isn't too much different on the PC between 0.1 and 0.3 ..  but there is a lot of stuff that must have changed regarding dr2 and 0.1

When it gets past the prompt asking for startup options it almost immediately displays this:
Error occured while linking driver PCMCIABus:
rld(): Undefined symbols:
.objc_class_name_IOPCMCIADeviceDescription
Error linking PCMCIABus device Driver.
Errors encountered while starting up the computer.
Pausing 10 seconds...

Then afterwards goes to the Rhapsody 1.0 screen and hangs on configuring device drivers.

Any ideas?


Oh crap, I completely forgot.  The source to the PCMCIA stack was never released, and therefor the link kit to integrate the IOKIT into it just isn't there.  I didn't worry about it at the time, as I was just thinking of desktops and anything 'modern' hasn't had PCMCIA in such a long long time.

So this will be useless for you.   :cry:

Okay, well uh.. is there any way to restore it back easily? It takes hours for a reinstall with how slow the optical drive is in this machine.  Thanks

neozeed

Quote from: "hexloo"
Quote from: "neozeed"
Quote from: "hexloo"
Quote from: "neozeed"Try this one...

https://sourceforge.net/projects/aapl-darwin/files/Revived/darwin01_i386_dump.iso/download


This is the 0.1 version.  There isn't too much different on the PC between 0.1 and 0.3 ..  but there is a lot of stuff that must have changed regarding dr2 and 0.1

When it gets past the prompt asking for startup options it almost immediately displays this:
Error occured while linking driver PCMCIABus:
rld(): Undefined symbols:
.objc_class_name_IOPCMCIADeviceDescription
Error linking PCMCIABus device Driver.
Errors encountered while starting up the computer.
Pausing 10 seconds...

Then afterwards goes to the Rhapsody 1.0 screen and hangs on configuring device drivers.

Any ideas?


Oh crap, I completely forgot.  The source to the PCMCIA stack was never released, and therefor the link kit to integrate the IOKIT into it just isn't there.  I didn't worry about it at the time, as I was just thinking of desktops and anything 'modern' hasn't had PCMCIA in such a long long time.

So this will be useless for you.   :cry:

Okay, well uh.. is there any way to restore it back easily? It takes hours for a reinstall with how slow the optical drive is in this machine.  Thanks


Ugh I'd think booting single user mode from the installer you ought to be able to copy in the old mach_kernel, although I'm not sure how it'll react to the different drivers....  Otherwise, yeah it'll be a re-install :(
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