Started by Wackymacs, July 28, 2006, 06:03:53 pm
Quote from: "Wackymacs"This forum, sadly, seems really dead. Not much posting activity, and most the members never seem to be online. Was it always like this or did something happen? :?:
Quote from: "RacerX"When looking at computer communities, the activity in their related forums is proportional to the number of users of those platforms. Windows has a much larger set of users than Macs, so their forums tend to be more active. Macs have a much larger set of users than SGIs or Suns, so their forums tend to be more active. SGIs and Suns have a much larger set of users than NeXT, so their forums tend to be more active.
Quote from: "brams"Wackymacs, I think maybe you're expecting the near the same amount of action in this forum as you would at MLA68K to which you and I are also members, on that forum you can get a reply to a post within 60 seconds!
Quote from: "brams"True, however I'm surprised just how much activity there is on the SGI forum Nekochan, that place is buzzing with posts.
Quote from: "Wackymacs"Has anyone managed to get it working in Parallels?
Quoteand I also saw a movie capture from a computer running Rhapsody. It literally took it 10 seconds to popup the Apple menu.
Quote from: "brams"I've only ever had two quick plays with Rhapsody, one ages ago when OS X Server 1.0 came out (5.6?) on my 7300 and recently I was messing with it under Virtual PC iirc that had color 'cos I remember the red Apple logo on the login panel (DR2?).
Quoteiirc there is a lot more software for PPC Rhapsody then x86, I'd love to play with it again but alas I have no PPC machines old enough to run it, my oldest PPC Mac is a Pismo and that is borderline having a New World rom which means Rhapsody is a no no.
QuoteTo that end, I might get a Wallstreet II or Lombard 400 for the task, both of these systems are OK for Rhapsody DR1 and 2 are they RacerX?