Re: Suggestions for running Mac OS 9.0.1 on debian-x86-64
You may run pearpc and mol, SheepShaver or Basilisk II. You can get more
about the latter two.
Easiest would be to get an old mac from someone...
Best Regards, Adrian.
Christian Jaeger wrote:
What are you using for running Mac OS 9 (*) on a x86-64 machine? It
seems there are only two ways:
(a) running a ppc linux kernel with MOL under QEMU, run Mac OS inside MOL.
(b) running SheepShaver
Any good/bad experiences with either of those or other ways?
(I need to get at some old Filemaker databases [and Eudora folders], and
while I can mount the hfs+ partition, there's no good way converting the
old data without running my old installation, but my Powerbook G3 has
pretty much died, so this will involve an emulator.)
(*) strings /mnt/macdisk/Systemordner/System|egrep '\.[0-9]\.'