Re: new installation on 4400/200
I uploaded some more stuff to that location. Like this (shhhh):
Even a Linux unstuffit x86 .deb which is very funky. Read the
readme. One of the funkiest parts is that every time I run dselect,
it ejects this package from my system. Oh well, so much for the
Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> Andrew Sharp wrote:
> > Well, not really. I have a machine with only 7.5.2 on it, and was
> > able to get stuffit and bootx on there. You just have to use the
> > right version of stuffit. They have many on their ftp site.
> Really? What's the right version? I could only find the most recent, which didn't
> install, and older versions didn't unpack it. Version sandwich...
> > The
> > fight is not won, however, until you can get it onto the mockos
> > partition, unless you're downloading it from macos. But I was
> > downloading it using Linux and there's a rub. So I used netatalk to
> > handle it. It has a handy `unbin' program which will unpack .bin
> > files. But now that I have more experience, I would install the
> > netatalk package, unbin the stuffit.bin file, and then use hfscopy
> > to copy the result to the hfs partition, and see if that would
> > work.
> Yup, that's what I did, from the tarball (thanks for repeating the link), without
> -Adam P.
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