I've got an old VAXstation 3100 Model 76, and I'd like to install OpenBSD/vax 4.7 on it.
I've got two drives in it, an RZ23 (104MB) and a another 1.09GB. Now, since the 1.09GB is too large for an operating system to boot from (VAXen have that "magical 1.072GB boundary"), I'd like to use the 104MB drive as
/ partition, and all other partitions, including swap should go on to the other drive.
But how do I do this with the OpenBSD install, since it lets me chose one disk only?
I tried installing NetBSD/vax 5.0.2 beforehand, but
sysinst segfaults right after I give the OK to install the sets.
The VAXstation has the both hard drives I mentioned above and 16MB RAM (which I'd like to expand some day). The machine is otherwise in perfect working order, expect the NVRAM and RTC don't work any more, I'll change them (new chip is already ordered).
In case you'd advice another OS (aside from OpenVMS), you might give me hints here, too.