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  • pce/macplus [E-Maculation wiki]
    2014 Description pce macplus is a Mac Plus emulator for Windows Linux and OS X It emulates a Macintosh 128K Macintosh 512k Macintosh 512ke or a Macintosh Plus This means that it emulates similar machines as Mini vMac and Worm The emulation doesn t do sound right now but it is under active development and updated quite often The package provided by the author works out of the box as

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/pce_macplus (2016-04-25)
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  • GrayBox [E-Maculation wiki]
    for Windows Setup Basilisk142 for Windows Setup 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 GrayBox Page Updated February 27 2014 Description GrayBox is a sort of emulator of the Mac Plus for OS X It does not require a copy of Mac OS It

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/graybox (2016-04-25)
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  • Executor [E-Maculation wiki]
    Executor is a software application for Windows and Linux systems that allows users to run older Macintosh applications It s not a true emulator and so doesn t require a ROM image or a copy of Mac OS It resembles an emulator however as programs are run via a GUI designed to mimic Mac OS On an x86 Machine Executor can run many but not all applications designed for System 6 and some designed for System 7 Users running Executor in Linux on a PowerPC machine can run some PowerPC applications The final official version link below was made available in 2002 The source code of the emulator was made public in 2008 An experimental OS X port appeared in 2009 An Executor setup guide is available for Windows users Latest Version Executor 2 1pr16 for Windows serial 99991004 authentication n9rk57f369byp Executor for OS X October 29 2009 experimental Help and Documentation Executor for Windows Setup Guide Official documentation Source Code at GitHub History Clifford Matthews incorporated his company ARDI Abacus Research and Development Inc in 1989 in Delaware Since 1986 he had been developing an application called ROMlib a tool used to port programs written for the Macintosh According to Matthews we had difficulty persuading people that ROMlib could indeed be used with large programs so in house we wrote some glue that would read a Mac program into memory and then start running it calling ROMlib routines whenever OS or toolbox traps were encountered That was the birth of Executor Executor 1 0 was released in October 1993 Version 2 0 shipped three years later The software was pricey then retailing for about 295 Development continued until 2002 when the final version of the program 2 1pr16 was released Executor is not being developed at this time Lead

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/executor (2016-04-25)
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  • Worm [E-Maculation wiki]
    68K Macintosh Software Mini vMac Games All Downloads Contact Table of Contents Worm Description Documentation Downloads Screenshots Worm Page last updated around January 2009 Description If you are a Mini vMac user you may wish to explore the use of WORM WORM emulates a Mac Plus WORM was created by the author of SoftMac to sort of show up the vMac team The only downside to this emulator is that

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/worm (2016-04-25)
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  • Emmac [E-Maculation wiki]
    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 Emmac page updated February 23 2010 Description Another emulator available is called EmMac Not too much is known about this emulator other than the fact that it was created long ago by Giuseppe Ciobbo The version available here 2 04 was created in 1994 Most documentation is in Italian however a brief description about how to get it going is available in English as well EmMac emulates System 6 7 It needs no rom file to run If you are willing to give it a try be prepared to install some DOS version on hard disk with a compatible mouse driver and Himem driver DOSBOX will not work because of video driver issues If you get it running you ll notice you can only boot from floppy and will not be able to format a hard disk because all disks show up as write locked Perhaps because this version is a demo and you need a license So unless you are a diehard emulation grognard you can forget about actually running this one for

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/emmac (2016-04-25)
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  • MESS [E-Maculation wiki]
    simplify the emulator or increase performance Essentially what the MESS MAME people do is reverse engineer the behavior of the integrated circuits which make up computer systems and virtually put them together into complete machines This makes the MESS MAME code base a great resource for authors working on their own emulators since many of the ICs that exist in MAME MESS are found in machines from multiple manufacturers and MESS MAME s code might provide better insight in the working of the chips than even the original data sheets might However unless a given emulator is similarly built to emulate the hardware of a machine rather than the behavior it s less easy to import a complete emulator back into MESS MESS s mac c emulator assembles a complete virtual Macintosh from a library of IC definitions some of which work more completely then others and then boots a completely unmodified ROM Which means that MESS has to emulate the IWM controller well enough to fool the ROM into thinking it s getting data from real 400 800k disks it has to emulate enough of the NEC SCSI controller to allow the system to believe it has a real hard drive attached etc etc Anyway the end result is that MESS burns a lot more CPU than vMac and is clunkier and far less friendly to use However it does emulate a real Macintosh not simply a Macintosh like environment which depends on ROM patches Of course last I checked MESS still couldn t boot System 7 because of unresolved issues with various individual components but someday perhaps it will be able to run things that vMac or BasiliskII won t be able to A UX on the MacII SE 30 emulation for instance You just can t hold

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/mess (2016-04-25)
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  • LisaEm [E-Maculation wiki]
    for my Mac Linux A Yes there is and you can obtain them on the LisaEm website This guide assumes that you are using Windows though the setup is about the same on OSX As for Linux I have never tested it Q The emulator only sees dc42 files My disk images are IMG or IMAGE files What do I do A In the file type box select All The extension doesn t matter so long as the information still exists Installation LisaOS 1 Download version 1 0 0 of LisaEM from the version history of the LisaEM website 2 You have to obtain some version H boot ROMs named boot hi and boot lo respectively A thorough search of this website may provide some answers but I can t help more than that I can however tell you that there will be some files with a lot of numbers but don t be daunted by that Simply rename 3410175H bin and 3410176H bin to boot hi and boot lo respectively These are the only two ROMs you need 3 You ll need an operating system LisaOS 2 and 3 are available on the Macintosh Garden though I recommend sticking with 3 since I sometimes had some trouble installing 2 There isn t much of a change at any rate and the software available is about the same All Lisa software that I know of is available here 4 Now that you have all this you can start the installation process First open the emulator Then go to File Preferences See the part that says Lisa ROM Point to the boot hi file that you obtained earlier preferably in the same folder as the application BOTH roms need to be present The rest of the preferences should be okay though you can tweak them if you want though I wouldn t recommend it unless you know what you re doing Note For new users please make sure you have a hard drive selected by going into the ports tab in Preferences and stating where you want it This might cause issues later on 5 Go to File Insert Diskette From there select the first of the Lisa OS disks for the version that you want i e Disk 1 of 5 The go to Key Power You will be greeted by a screen asking you what size disk you want Select 10MB for now Click OK Note You may be asked if you want to de serialize the Lisa Installation disk at some point during this step Click Yes otherwise you won t be able to install 6 The Lisa will now boot from the ROM You will see two possible ways to boot though the pictures aren t very descriptive The picture on the bottom is the Hard Drive and the picture on the top is the Floppy Drive Select this to boot into the setup screen 7 Select install from the list of options When asked if you

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/lisaem (2016-04-25)
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  • Kegs32: An Apple IIgs emulator [E-Maculation wiki]
    in a number of ways The easiest is to download a disk image that already has the OS installed I have one of those here expands to 32 MB To boot this disk run the emulator and hit f4 to go to the config screen After you have selected your ROM image go the main config screen and select disk configuration and mount the disk image in the s7d1 slot see figure one below This is the easiest way to get started with the emulator but it is not entirely recommended GS OS components are installed individually from the system disks by the user and my disk image does not contain every component If an application says that it requires a certain tool you will need to copy that tool from the system disks A better way to get started with the emulator is to download GS OS install disks You can download such disks for free from AppleCare support Look for Apple IIGS System 6 0 1 disks one through seven probably near the top of the list However the only way those files can be turned into a form that is usable by Kegs is from within a real Macintosh But don t worry I ve done that for you myself download a package containing all seven installation disks in a usable form right here Correction Jorpho points out that using The Unarchiver for Windows one can easily extract the install disks in Windows Check out the instructions in this forum thread Read the whole topic for instructions that reflect the most recent versions of The Unarchiver the initial instructions given are a bit old Installing GS OS First mount disk one in s7d1 and mount a blank disk image in s7d2 Run the emulator When prompted choose to do an Easy Install When you are asked for the next installation disk hit f4 and mount the required disk in slot s5d1 by going to disk configuration as described above Close the configuration menu and repeat this when you are asked for the next disk Always mount the required disk in s5d1 Note that the easy install does not use all of the disks When installation is completed click quit When the OS asks you what application you want to use just hit cancel Hit f4 to go back to the configuration screen Now mount the formerly blank disk that you just installed to as sd71 as you ve noticed already this is where all disks that you are going to boot from are mounted Restart the emulator You should have a very basic install of the GS OS looking at you see figure two below To install additional components of GS OS sound for example mount the first install disk in s5d1 and run the installer application contained within Click customize and browse through the options available to you Disk Images Create blank disk images if needed using CiderPress 3 0 0 Just create through File New

    Original URL path: http://www.emaculation.com/doku.php/kegs (2016-04-25)
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