Started by elemenoh, March 14, 2019, 12:27:30 am
Quote from: barcher174 on May 15, 2019, 02:12:55 amI would suggest checking your SCSI cable. Which SCSI2SD version? Have you updated to the latest firmware?
Quote from: evolver56k on May 16, 2019, 05:30:05 pmCan you post your scsi2sd config file? you might have an issue with the drive definition
Quote from: Rob Blessin Black Hole on May 16, 2019, 08:18:38 pmHello: How are you doing the installation of NeXTSTEP 3.3 to the scsi2sd? Is it from using a saved Drive or ISO image using the DD (disk duplicate command) using terminal.app utility on MACOS X then copying the saved image to your sd. Then booting that newly created sd on your NeXT ? Or is the image on the SD from an original NeXTSTEP3.3 CD install or using buildisk from your original hard drive?
Quote from: undefinedWhat happens if you choose to logout first then power off from the login screen?
Quote from: undefinedDo you have the password set for the me account so when you logout you have a login screen appear and can login as root or me ?
Quote from: undefinedIf when you boot up it goes directly into the operating system , you need to set up a password for me , using the calendar icon , click to open preferences , click the padlock in the preferences panel , set the password.
Quote from: undefinedSo it lloks like error is referring d0 (0,0) sense key:0x2 additional sense code: 0x4 SCSI Block in error = 2285632; Partition a F.S. sector 1142656 to a bad sector on your sd card, this may be an artifact from a previous install say on older hard drive then moving data to your new sd drive.
Quote from: undefinedWhen you format the sd card does it give any errors for example using MACOSX utilities Master Boot Record Fat32?
Quote from: undefinedWhat is your current set up .... as it gives us a starting point.....What drive do you have jumper to be SCSI ID 0 ?Do you currently have a hard drive ?,+ SD drive ? CDrom Drive? Floppy Drive? on your Cube?