Re: Disk Eject Problem
> If they say you need to use something called 'Disk Copy', I presume that
> means you've got an image. If that is the case, please try the
Oh! I was wrong. The images to be copied to floppy is for System 7.5.3.
However, even with the mistake of asking wrong, the problem remains the
same to me: How can I put the System 7.0.1 on floppy, using GNU/Linux?
Name: System 7.5 Version 7.5.3
This software is available as 19 parts of a self-mounting Disk Copy
image. Download all 19 parts to your hard drive and then double-click
on the first part to mount the compressed disk image on your desktop.
The reason for System 7.0.1 instead of System 7.5.3 is because I have a
slower Macintosh LCII with only 4MB RAM; System 7.0.1 requires less memory
than System 7.5.3.
This is curious. I have no idea how to manage this data:
bash-2.05$ ls -al
-rw-r--r-- 1 dab__ users 4836709 Apr 14 1999 System 7.0.1.smi.data
-rw-r--r-- 1 dab__ users 128 Apr 14 1999 System 7.0.1.smi.info
-rw-r--r-- 1 dab__ users 310737 Apr 14 1999 System 7.0.1.smi.rsrc