Semi-OT: Classic Mac support gone from Leopard (OS X 10.5)
spectre at floodgap.com
Sat Oct 6 03:41:37 CDT 2007
> I happen to be running an Intel MacBook Pro and have already run into
> this issue... for emulating various classic environments, I've already
> installed VICE, have tried to install Dosbox (and had
> as-yet-unresolved problems with its source not being able to find the
> X-11 header files on my disk - yes... I _did_ install X)... what I
> would love to do, but don't seem to be able to, is to run some OS 9
> PPC Mac programs.
Carbon PPC binaries will run under Rosetta (and OS 9). Non-Carbonized ones
> Presumably, I'm screwed since I have an Intel processor, but if
> there's a way to run Classic PPC Mac apps on an Intel Mac running OS
> 10.4, I'd love to hear about it.
Your other option is Sheepshaver and/or Basilisk II, which are emulators
for PPC and 68K respectively. Sheepshaver can host up to OS 9.0.4.
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