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22 June 2009 16:30

Creating a Mac-on-Stick using Mini vMac [LinuxBeacon]

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Figure 1: It’s a Mac-on-Stick! For this project, let’s call it Mac-on-Stick, you need the following components: * The Mini vMac emulator. The emulator is available for both Mac OS (Classic and OS X), Windows, Linux, and even Pocket PC. * A ROM image. If you own Macintosh Plus, 128K, or SE, you can copy the ROM using the CopyRoms utility. Alternatively, you can download a ROM image from * A blank disk image that acts as the emulator’s hard disk (available from * System software. Luckily, Apple offers older versions of its software, including Mac OS up to version 7.5.5, at the Older Software Downloads page. This project uses System 7.0.1 * Macintosh software to play with. For starters, you might want to check out a list of older Mac software at Mini vMac's website. * A USB key (even an older 32MB USB key will do the job).

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