I'm looking for a shortcut here...
Installing A/UX has been a real pain for me... I haven't been able to get it to work at all from an external CD-ROM... I've had to use a CD-ROM connected to the internal bus... its ugly, but it worked. I've done it 2 or 3 times. So now I have at least 2 booting A/UX machines.
Can I take a good working A/UX system on a scsi drive, stick it in, say, a G3 w/ scsi card & Tiger, and create a disk image of the A/UX disk so that I can image subsequent drives for another machine?
[Could it be done from OS 7, 8 or 9? or from NetBSD? Linux?]
What are the issues here (Filesystem/disk drivers/??)?
If this sounds plausable... what software would I use to create (and subesquently burn) the disk image (Toast TItanium?/Disk Utility?/??)?