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  Watchsmart (Profile)
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Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:18 am
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So here's something that I've been working on over at my own site:

http://emaculation.com/doku.ph.....inux_setup

It is setup notes for, and some new builds of, Basilisk II for Linux. Basilisk II is an emulator of 68K Macintosh computers and a good way to play around with System 7 on a modern computer (there are OS X and Windows ports available, also).

Just thought some people here might find the guide useful!
  
  24bit (Profile)
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Posted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 12:49 pm
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A guide, really easy to understand and helpful.
A have been using BasiliskII with a Linux host system for some time and would
recommend it very much.
Don't miss the PPC emulation (Sheepshaver) with a Linux host system and MacOS 7.6,
because that one is really fast and will run the more "modern" software like Office98
or Photoshop5.

Greetings!
  
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