Started by mrintel, July 11, 2009, 12:07:34 pm
QuoteHardware Supported:-------------------NuBus-based Macintoshes: 6100/60, 6100/60AV (no AV functionality), 6100/66, 6100/66 AV (no AV functionality), 6100/66 DOS (no DOS functionality), 7100/66, 7100/66 AV (no AV functionality), 7100/80, 7100/80 AV (no AV functionality), 8100/80, 8100/100, 8100/100 AV (no AV functionality), 8100/110Nu-Bus-based Performas: 6110CD, 6112CD, 6115CD, 6117CD, 6118CDPCI-based Macintoshes: 7200/70, 7200/90,7500/100, 8500/120, 9500/120, 9500/132All Apple keyboards and mice are now supported!Drives formatted with Drive Setup (other initializationsoftware may work; if you have trouble, try reinitializingwith Drive Setup 1.0.4 or later).For builds up to and including DR1, the installer is set toensure you have System 7.5 or later on a hard disk 250MB or greater.Monitors connected to either built-in video or acard set to 256 colors (8-bit) or Thousands (16-bit).
Quote• *** Very Important *** Copy your scarecrow disk image to another volume, the scarecrow volume will get corrupted over the course of a few test runs.• *** Very Important *** If you get a message like 'core resources: assertion failed,' replace your finder due to its corrupted resource fork.• Make disk first aid a startup item, and repair it every time you boot into the conventional system.
QuoteOnce upon a time, there was a company called Taligent. Taligent was created by IBM and Apple to develop a set of tools and libraries like Cocoa. About the time Taligent reached the peak of its mindshare, I met one of its engineers at a trade show. I asked him to create a simple application for me: A window would appear with a button, and when the button was clicked, the words "Hello, World!" would appear in the text field. The engineer created a project and started subclassing madly: subclassing the window and the button and the event handler. Then he started generating code: dozens of lines to get the button and the text field on to the window. After 45 minutes, I had to leave. The app still did not work. That day, I knew that the company was doomed. A couple of years later, Taligent quietly closed its doors forever.
Quote from: "mrintel"Ok, I tried to install Copland, and everything went fine, until the kernel tried to initialize. Then the debugger gave this error...Access FaultKernel: Dispatcher: No kernel stacks available!Does anybody have any idea as to what I'm doing wrong, if anything at all?
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