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  • PearPC [E-Maculation wiki]
    4 Tiger PearPC does not emulate a Machine capable of running OS X 10 5 Leopard or greater The emulated machine can also run Darwin and Linux The most current official release of the emulator is version 0 5 0 from July of 2011 The PearPC code is available on GitHub Getting Started The easiest way to get started with PearPC might be to check out our Windows setup guide A better way for somewhat more advanced users is to consult the official documentation and the online config file generator Visit our PearPC forum for support Latest Version PearPC 0 5 0 for Windows and Linux From July 2011 PearPC 5pre redscorp An experimental version from 2008 PearPC for OS X experimental Helpful Downloads PearPC Control Panel modified for use with the redscorp build PearPC Control Panel for the original 0 4 0 release of PearPC Blank 6 GB disk image this is bootable when OS X has been installed on it Documentation and Help PearPC for Windows setup guide PearPC Control Panel download and information dmg2iso download and information Networking and Internet Connection Sharing Guide PearPC net Redscorp discussion check for updates to redscorp Support Forum Historic Versions Check the official site History The first release of PearPC was made in May of 2004 The emulator quickly developed a loyal and enthusiastic user base much larger than those of earlier Macintosh emulators like Basilisk II or Sheepshaver The emulator s development lead by Sebastian Biallas happened at a rapid pace at that time but progress has been very slow since December 2005 One possible reason for this is suggested in PearPC s Wikipedia article On June 6th 2005 Apple s CEO Steve Jobs announced that Apple will begin switching their computers architectures from IBM s PowerPC to Intel s

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  • Other Emulators [E-Maculation wiki]
    Basilisk II for Linux Setup PearPC for Windows Setup Mini vMac for Windows More Guides Extras Interviews Compiling Tidbits Macintosh ROM Images Compatibility Notes 68K Macintosh Software Mini vMac Games All Downloads Contact Other Emulators There are a couple of new Mac Plus emulators under development but we have not given extensive coverage to pce macplus good for Linux OS X and Windows hosts GrayBox very basic stage of development development inactive There are a few emulators that were once popular but are no longer under active development These are good for running on obsolete host systems SoftMac this is good for Windows systems Fusion this is good for DOS hosts but also runs in DOSBox on supported systems Executor this is a ROM less emulation good for Windows and Linux hosts Additionally there are a few emulators that were never popular and are also no longer under active development Worm good for Windows hosts Emmac this one is near impossible to use Macintosh emulation is also included as a component in the very active MESS project MESS Finally there was a horrible rip off of PearPC that got a lot of attention many years ago CherryOS We also have

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  • Setting up SheepShaver for Windows [E-Maculation wiki]
    must right click on the file in Windows select the Properties tab and mark it as read only Next run SheepShaverGUI exe and in the Volumes tab click Add and then browse to and select your disk image The ISO image should be at the top of the list of volumes In this instance you should select boot from any Don t start the emulation yet For those who don t have a CD or an image of a CD If you don t have a Mac OS CD or an image of a CD you can follow the Basilisk II instructions to install System 7 in Sheepshaver You must however use Disk Tools 8 5 as your boot disk You must also use an Old World ROM image which is NOT provided following the guide linked above Configuration In the Volumes tab of the GUI click Create to create a hard disk image file to which you will install Mac OS Decide how big the hard file image should be Mac OS requires at least 220 MB for a typical install and give it a name Click OK to create the file see figure two Be patient it can take a few minutes to create the file Note You can only create a hard disk image of a maximum size of 2 GB Figure one Creating a blank hard file for SheepShaver When the hard file is created the GUI will return to the Volumes tab and the hard file should be listed as added to your emulated Mac While it is not necessary for the purposes of this guide you can check the Enable My Computer box to gain access to files on your PC from within the emulator This is an easy way to copy downloaded programs to the emulated system See figure two Figure two The Volumes tab of the SheepShaver GUI Almost ready to boot Switch over to the Graphics Sound tab You should probably make the resolution a bit bigger than the default setting Any size is okay The Maximum setting fixes the screen to your current resolution The other settings here are best left to default for now See figure three Figure three The Graphics Sound tab of the SheepShaver GUI Switch to the Memory Misc tab Give your emulator some RAM the more the better Here you must also select your ROM file Click browse to locate the file See figure four Note 1 It has been reported that sometimes SheepShaver crashes when loading MacOS if the emulator s RAM is set to less than 512 MB Try to set memory to 512 Mb or use an old world rom if you experience such a crash Note 2 Although not shown in the figure below it is best to also tick Ignore Illegal Memory Accesses Figure four The Memory Misc tab of the SheepShaver GUI Booting Click Start to boot up your emulated Macintosh When the Mac boots you will be asked

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  • Setting up SheepShaver for Mac OS X [E-Maculation wiki]
    in the SheepShaver folder if your keyboard lay out is not US English Mouse Wheel Function and Lines to Scroll is a matter of taste The image shows my preference Serial Network You can ignore Modem Port Device and Printer Port Device For Ethernet Interface enter slirp without the quotation marks 6 Save your settings Click Save to save the settings and to close the Preferences window 7 Quit SheepShaver The emulated machine cannot be shutdown normally while waiting for a boot disk and SheepShaver cannot be quit with the emulated machine still running So at this point we use Control Escape to quit SheepShaver which is equivalent to a hard shut down of the emulated machine Booting SheepShaver and installing the system If you use a real install CD first insert the CD and have it mount in Mac OS X If you use a install CD disk image instead of a real install CD make sure the CD image file is locked in the Finder Check the Locked box in Finder Get Info for the file Do not mount the image in Mac OS X Launch SheepShaver The emulated machine will startup from the install CD or from the CD disk image During startup the system will encounter the newly created volume and will offer to initialize it Give the volume an appropriate name for instance MacOS9HD and for Mac OS 8 1 or later choose Mac OS Extended for the format Click to proceed with initializing the volume Finally you will see the desktop with icons for the startup volume the CD or the CD disk image for the new volume that you will install the system onto and for the Unix volume that gives access to the shared folder on the Mac OS X side Proceed with the system installation In some configurations the system installation may stall at the very beginning while Updating Apple hard disk drivers It seems to happen especially with some system install CD disk images Wait at least several minutes to be sure that installation is indeed not proceeding past this stage then cancel the operation and quit the installer You may need to force quit SheepShaver as well Then start again but in the screen where the actual installation can be started usually the first screen after the software license agreement click the Options button and uncheck the option to Update Apple Hard Disk Drivers Installation should now proceed normally When the installation is completed you can quit the installer If you used a install CD disk image file instead of a real install CD Open SheepShaver Preferences and remove the CD disk image file from the volumes list select it and click the Remove button Shut down the emulated machine and quit SheepShaver If you used a real install CD you can now remove it in Mac OS X Running Mac OS in SheepShaver First run setup basic functions The Configuration Assistant When you launch SheepShaver the emulated machine will boot from the installed system The Configuration Assistant will guide you through the configuration of the new system However in SheepShaver the Configuration Assistant will lock up while configuring network settings Better quit the Assistant before it arrives at the network settings and do the remaining configuration manually in the various control panels The Startup Disk control panel is not functional in SheepShaver SheepShaver will startup from the first bootable volume in the Volumes list or from a bootable CD if no bootable volume is in the list or always from a bootable CD when Boot From is set to CD ROM in Preferences Trying to use the Startup Disk control panel may cause SheepShaver to crash Enable sound in SheepShaver In Sound control panel select built in for the output device In Mac OS 8 5 8 6 and sometimes in 8 1 the Sound control panel is installed in the Apple Extras folder You can use it there to select the built in output device In Mac OS 9 the Sound control panel is again installed with the other control panels and can be accessed in the Apple menu If the Apple Audio Extension happens to be installed in the Extensions folder remove it Enable network access Set the TCP IP control panel to Ethernet and DHCP As soon as you start using IP network access for instance with a web browser the IP adresses will become visible in the control panel QuickTime The latest version of QuickTime that is compatible with SheepShaver is version 4 1 2 Note that it is not possible to downgrade QuickTime by simply installing an earlier version If you happened to have installed a later version you will need to remove all QuickTime related files first QuickTime 4 1 2 can be downloaded here http support apple com kb DL1134 viewlocale en US CD ROM To use a CD ROM in SheepShaver insert and mount the CD before launching SheepShaver SheepShaver will only recognize CD ROMs no other disk formats like Audio CDs or DVDs OSX 10 8 and later prevents mounting physical CD ROMs in SheepShaver Use disk images instead Additional volumes In Preferences you can create additional volumes disk image files or add existing compatible disk image files as additional volumes All volumes in the volumes list will appear on the SheepShaver desktop SheepShaver will startup from the first bootable volume in the list The shared folder Unix disk Transferring files As explained above the shared folder that you created in Mac OS X will appear on the SheepShaver desktop as a disk a volume named Unix Files copied or saved in SheepShaver to the Unix disk will appear in the shared folder on the Mac OS X side and files placed in the shared folder on the Mac OS X side will appear in the Unix disk in SheepShaver That way you can use the shared folder and the Unix disk to transfer or exchange files in both

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  • SheepShaver for Linux [E-Maculation wiki]
    a 64bit Intel AMD package from 2006 These are described in this forum thread Getting Started Install your SheepShaver application Start SheepShaver Configuration The SheepShaver GUI is the first thing you see on launch Now you can configure the emulator The following configuration instructions are fairly basic but should get you going Consult the SheepShaver for Mac OS X setup guide for more in depth instructions the emulator is set up in a similar way in both host systems Volumes Start with the volumes tab Click create to create a hard file to which you will later install MacOS To accomodate a typical install of Mac OS 8 or 9 this should be more than 200 MB in size The Unix Root is a shared directory which you can use to transfer files between the emulated system and your host system This should probably not be left at default the default setting is to share your entire system Create some directory and point to it instead This is ESPECIALLY important if you are running SheepShaver as root as in that case the emulator has read write access to your entire system Leave Boot from as any and leave the disable CD ROM driver box unchecked Graphics Sound Note that fullscreen is only available in the full screen build linked at the start of this article Likewise stable windowed mode is only available in the windowed build and the old 2006 builds There is a bug in the SheepShaver GUI that prevents the Window refresh rate from being set in the fullscreen build Check the forum notes at the download link for a work around Increasing the refresh rate can result in smoother mouse movement If you are running in a window you can set the width and height here Keyboard Mouse A keycodes file is not necessary is you are using a US English QWERTY keyboard If you need one a keycodes file is available here Serial Network Leave the modem and printer port values at default If you want use the network internet you have two options the second one only showing up if you installed the sheep net driver slirp To get online in the emulated system locate the TCP IP control panel in MacOS and enter the following values Connect via Ethernet Configure DHCP However if that does not work enter Connect via Ethernet Configure Manually IP address 10 0 2 5 Subnet Mask 255 255 255 0 Router Address 10 0 2 2 Name server addr 10 0 2 3 There are a few more words about slirp in the SheepShaver online guide eth0 Select eth0 this only shows up when the sheep net driver has been installed correctly In MacOS you ll have to set TCP IP to manual and set an IP address in your local network including your subnet router and dns information Memory Misc Give your emulated system some memory Next you need a ROM file ROM files that will work with

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  • Setting up system 7.5.3 with BasiliskII for Mac OSX [E-Maculation wiki]
    for you and it can have any name you like However this manual assumes that a shared folder in the BasiliskII folder called Shared is available Prepare for installation of MacOS by creating the Shared folder in your BasiliskII folder Then download the 19 installer parts for System 7 5 3 from Apple and place them in the folder Take a look at the file names If the first is named with a smi extension and the others with a part extension you can skip the next step of double clicking all files individually Double clicking the files will unpack them leaving you with the double amount of files in the folder When finished remove the files not named with the smi or part extensions Running BasiliskIIGUI When the files needed are in the Basilisk II folder and when you have created a shared folder you can start configuring Basilisk II 1 Start BasiliskIIGUI 2 Configure preferences in Volumes tab BasiliskII will always try to start from the first entry in this list As we will start from a floppy disk you ll need to add the floppy disk image you downloaded to the list of Volumes floppy or hard disk image files BasiliskII can use as disks Click Add and select the floppy disk image in your BasiliskII folder Note that the navigation might be a bit awkward for OSX users Following our example in the left browser pane browse to Users your user name BasiliskII and select the floppy disk image in the right browser pane Click OK The floppy will show up in the volumes list Next we ll create a file that will be used as your Mac hard disk to install your future Mac OS on Click Create Navigate to the folder you want to create the file in Set the size for the hard disk I would recommend 500 or 1000 Mb Give the file a name under Selection name it MacOS753 Click OK This can take some time be patient After the file is created the window will close and you ll see the preferences editor again Notice the hard disk is also added to the list of volumes For the installer parts to be available later on we need to create another hard disk Click Create to make a hard disk with size of 100Mb and name it InstallerParts In order to have the shared folder available to exchange files between OSX and Mac OS we need to set the location of that folder at Unix Root Type the path to the shared folder in the field after Unix Root The line below shows what to enter when the folder is called Shared and is located in the BasiliskII folder in your Home folder Users hsp BasiliskII Shared replace my username with yours and don t use quotes Now click the tab Graphics Sound on the Preferences editor 3 Configure preferences in Graphics Sound tab For now leave the Video Type selection

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  • Setting up Basilisk II for Windows [E-Maculation wiki]
    top of the left hand pane of HFVExplorer If not click on File and Open Volume to open it Using HFVExplorer navigate to the folder that contains the System 7 5 3 files that you downloaded earlier Click and drag the folder over to the blank image that you created When the select copy mode dialog appears just click OK See figures two and three for help Figure two Copying System files to a blank hard disk image using HFV Explorer Figure three Hit OK when the select copy mode dialog appears The Basilisk II GUI Close HFVExplorer Run the file BasiliskIIGUI exe in the Basilisk II directory In the volumes tab click on Add and select the System 7 Boot disk system70 boot dsk and the disk image you created earlier install hfv See Figure four for some help Switch to the Memory Misc tab of the Basilisk II GUI Click browse and select your ROM file To boot the bootdisk from this guide the Mac Model ID should be set to MacIIci MacOS 7 x You can change this later Switch to the Jit Compiler tab Deselect Translate through constant jumps inline blocks Figure four The volumes tab of the Basilisk II GUI Two volumes are loaded Installing System 7 If your emulated Macintosh has booted successfully it should look a bit like figure five Figure five The Macintosh desktop after booting the System 7 boot disk Now we are going to install System 7 5 3 One of the disks on the Macintosh desktop is the one you created using HFVExplorer and that contains the System 7 5 3 installation files Open that disk Open the folder containing the install files and locate the file called System 7 5 3 01of19 smi That file should be easy to find it s got color see figure six Figure six Click first on the file named System 7 5 3 01of19 smi and then on the disk icon called Sys7 5 V7 5 3 CD Inst You can now install System 7 5 3 in several easy steps One Double click on System 7 5 3 01of19 smi to get started Click to agree to the terms and wait for the files to verify Two A disk icon named Sys7 5 V7 5 3 CD Inst will have appeared on the desktop see figure six Double click this icon In the folder that opens there will be an icon named Installer Double click this icon Press continue in the dialog box that appears to begin installation Three In the upper left hand corner of the screen that now appears there is a box that says Easy Install Click the arrow in the box to get a drop down menu Select custom install from that menu The window will change to a list of installation options that you can chose from Click the small arrow beside System Software to reveal a list of system options Click the box beside Universal

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  • Setting up Basilisk 142 for Windows [E-Maculation wiki]
    appears just click OK to All See figures 2 and 3 for help Figure 2 Copying System files to a blank hard disk image using HFV Explorer Figure 3 Click OK to All when the select copy mode dialog appears This should be the content of the Mac OS 753 Image Close HFVExplorer Installing system 7 5 3 Run the file BasiliskIIGUI exe in your Basilisk142 directory In the tab General At Model ID choose 5 Mac IIci At CPU choose 68030 Figure 5 Basilisk GUI Generel tab In the tab Memory At Ram Size enter 64 At ROM file path click Browse and navigate to your rom file Figure 6 Basilisk GUI Memory tab In the tab Screen At Screen type select Windows GDI At Screen width select 640 At Screen height select 480 At Color select Millions 32 bit Leave the other settings as they are Figure 7 Basilisk GUI Screen tab In the tab Disk Click on Browse and select the System 7 Boot disk system70 boot dsk Click on Browse and select the disk image you created earlier install hfv Figure 7 Basilisk GUI Disk tab At the bottom of the Basilisk GUI click Run Click OK at the possible warning about a driver for appletalk Open the Mac OS 7 5 3 disk Figure 8 Mac OS booted from floppy with disk Mac OS 7 5 3 opened Double click the file System 7 5 3 01of19 smi Click Agree on the license The 19 files are checked and a CD image file appear on the desktop Figure 9 disk image Sys7 5 V7 5 3 CD Inst appeared Double click the file Sys7 5 V7 5 3 CD Inst In the window that opens double click Installer Walk through the Mac OS 7 5 3 install choose the Mac OS 7 5 3 disk as destination click Install Once finished quit the installer Choose Special Shut Down Open the Basilisk 142 GUI Go to the tab Disk Select the system70 boot dsk entry Click on the arrows to the right to remove the floppy disk image from the list of Installed disks Click Run at the bottom of the BasiliskGUI screen Mac OS will start up You can remove the 19 installer parts from the Mac OS 7 5 3 disk Congratulations you are running mac OS 7 5 3 in Windows through Basilisk Installing System 8 0 Installing System 8 0 from CD is a lot easier then installing system 7 5 3 from floppy On 32 bit Windows systems you can boot from a Mac OS Install CD ROM On 64 Bit Windows systems you can t use a real CD And for Basilisk 142 there is a trick needed to boot from a Mac OS Install CD ROM It is described in the section Detour for 64 Bit Windows users only Start BasiliskIIGUI exe and go to tab General Figure 10 BasiliskIIGUI General settings At Boot driver select 62 Boot from

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