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Lots of problems
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Lots of problems
- From: Morgan Wajda-Levie <mpwl_(_at_)_locke_(_dot_)_ccil_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 16:21:25 -0400
I'm running into one problem after another. I know I may be asking stupid
questions, but I've been using a Mac most of my life and I'm not used to
having some choice on how my system works. I got it yo boot in muti-user
mode, and I got my hard drive mounted read-write, but my list is endless.
First of all, when I try to start up, there are lots of memory faults. I'm
not sure what they are, but I know they're giving me memory faults.
There's also a problem of changing my password. Whenever I try to change
my password, it brings up the "new password" and "retype new password"
prompts, but that, after a couple minutes, it says "password unchanged".
Also, I do I access my floppy drive? I've downloaded a few little text
files with stuff I'd like to be able to read in OpenBSD, but I can't figure
out how to read the disk. (Yes, it's on a PC disk, not a Mac disk, if it
And finally, anybody know of any good pages to help me out? Chris Kuethe
told me to get the SMM, but that's postscript, and I don't know how to view
it. (I do have a postscript printer.)
Thanks in advance.
"Remember, the enemy's gate is down"