tenox wrote:To be fair I actually didn't have to work on it recently. Everything that I did so far is available on http://atariunix.com/ . When I get some time I plan to make a better/bigger image, utilizing SCSI2SD ability to have multiple LUNs. Now having 256 MB RAM I will be able to build more software, possibly even never GCC
mfro wrote:tenox wrote:You cannot mount the /stand (boot) partition (since its bfs formatted - no driver available for Linux).
theteeth07 wrote:I have asv on a hard drive..it no longer boots at all. Are there any utilities on floppy or other that I can run to try and "fix" the hard drive...it is recognized as a scsi device when I boot from ICD but i'm not sure what to try. I may have a tape backup but I need to check the disk out somehow?
johannes wrote:Hi Tenox and all other ASV enthusiasts,
(Fun fact: I live in Düsseldorf, Germany - where the TT/X Prototypes were presented at the ATARI Fair in 1990 - which I attended, too).
mikro wrote:Seeing all this success I'm pretty happy that I had made those images public nearly exactly 9 years ago! Thanks to Richard for providing his image and Mark_G for sending me his hard disk (which I had shamefully ignored for two years before imaging it). Wouldn't have imagined so much done with it.
Lesson learned: always share your knowledge and projects, others will help one day or another.
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