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No one's gotten it to work yet.

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No one's gotten it to work yet.



idk, ill try it out some time.


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I didn't mean "how to get it working".... :)
I just asked if there's a "standard" way of simply installing it...
I saw that we have to do something with "scarecrow" and "non-scarecrow" volumes...
what does it mean?

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Guys, you do realize that none of these releases were designed to be run "in the wild", on stand alone systems.

These releases were for hardware developers to help create drivers to finally put together a stable (self supporting) release.

As it is, Copland releases were for very specific hardware to run on and additionally needed a second system to support the running of Copland on the hardware it is running on. Further, you need a hardware debugger running on the secondary system to provide the support to keep Copland running at all.

So unless you can emulate two Macs connected to each other via a serial connection with at least one of them meeting the hardware requirements for Copland... you are all barking up the wrong tree.

For those of you with Macs that fit the qualifications... experience setting up and using a hardware debugger to initiate and sustain the Copland system would be needed (assuming that you even have access to the debugger software needed to do all that).

But if any of you get that far, this is most likely what you'll be greeted with during startup...


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Best of luck. :)

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@ GURU

c@rr@ch0 is Carracho ....The application

68.44.250.101:9700 ............... is the address of a server ) whose name escapes me) where a bunch of older mac os's are housed/hosted....... Incl Rhapsody



Unless I mistaook yr question...........

PM me if i am way off base

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Nice server, but there isn't much there that we don't have already... Thanks though

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@ GURU

c@rr@ch0 is Carracho ....The application

68.44.250.101:9700 ............... is the address of a server ) whose name escapes me) where a bunch of older mac os's are housed/hosted....... Incl Rhapsody
Unless I mistaook yr question...........

PM me if i am way off base



not at all ;) and AriX, its good that he helped out ne ways, and i think when he posted it originally we didnt have much... :D

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There is a Rhapsody file... I'm hoping it is the PPC version...

EDIT: Yeah, it is the PPC :)

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Is it DR1 or DR2? Cause I have DR2 PPC, it's downloading and uploading now.

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dunno... the connection went down while downloading...
I'll download it again tomorrow.

However, this is the file name:

Rhapsody PowerMac.toast.sit

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RacerX (or anyone who thinks they can answer),

You think I could get a Copland build up and running on my PowerMac 6100?

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copland mirror

{link removed as requested below}

curtsy of that famous junkie site....

"More information with detailed installing information can be found in the "How to" included in the file. Again, this is a prerelease software. Back up all data before use!
The file is compressed as sitx with 37,7MB, "msjstw" password, expanded it's a NDIF (.img) with 85MB."

BTW:

Hardware Supported

NuBus-based Macintoshes: 6100/60, 6100/60AV (no AV functionality), 6100/66, 6100/66 AV (no AV functionality), 6100/66 DOS (no DOS functionality), 7100/66, 7100/66 AV (no AV functionality), 7100/80, 7100/80 AV (no AV functionality), 8100/80, 8100/100, 8100/100 AV (no AV functionality), 8100/110
Nu-Bus-based Performas: 6110CD, 6112CD, 6115CD, 6117CD, 6118CD
PCI-based Macintoshes: 7200/70, 7200/90,7500/100, 8500/120, 9500/120, 9500/132

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copland mirror

LINK

curtsy of that famous junkie site....

"More information with detailed installing information can be found in the "How to" included in the file. Again, this is a prerelease software. Back up all data before use!
The file is compressed as sitx with 37,7MB, "msjstw" password, expanded it's a NDIF (.img) with 85MB."

BTW:

Hardware Supported

NuBus-based Macintoshes: 6100/60, 6100/60AV (no AV functionality), 6100/66, 6100/66 AV (no AV functionality), 6100/66 DOS (no DOS functionality), 7100/66, 7100/66 AV (no AV functionality), 7100/80, 7100/80 AV (no AV functionality), 8100/80, 8100/100, 8100/100 AV (no AV functionality), 8100/110
Nu-Bus-based Performas: 6110CD, 6112CD, 6115CD, 6117CD, 6118CD
PCI-based Macintoshes: 7200/70, 7200/90,7500/100, 8500/120, 9500/120, 9500/132


Please remove that link. It is against the rules to post it. Instead, ask people to pm you for it.

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Please remove that link. It is against the rules to post it. Instead, ask people to pm you for it.



well, your gonna have to remove it out of your quote, and didnt u see the one i posted a whial back (now removed LOL), dont worry about it consolation but please, do remove it :(

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lol you're right

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Guys:

Have any idea where the rather shady "Copland" build of Mac OS is? I can't find much information on it.

:(

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It is Mac OS 8 (DR) codename "Copland"

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Thank you consolation for respecting us :( and welcome to the forums

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Anybody knows a place where I could get the two Copland Builds. All the links I found are dead.

Thanks,





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