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Rhapsody is fun. Only DR1 and DR2 exist for x86. DR3 was mysteriously never released :D

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Rhapsody is fun. Only DR1 and DR2 exist for x86. DR3 was mysteriously never released ;)


Hmm... interesting. But there is no way to DISPROVE its existance, though. That's why bwhsh8r is looking around anyways. I wish OSBetaArchives was still around.

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Hmm... interesting. But there is no way to DISPROVE its existance, though. That's why bwhsh8r is looking around anyways. I wish OSBetaArchives was still around.

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They didn't have it. And they knew it didn't exist in a leaked format. If you knew me, you'd know I'd know. Hrm...that's a weird sentence.

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Oh ok. Thanks for the heads up.

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"And if you can get a copy of Rhapsody 5.2, which wasn't supposed to be let off the Apple campus, consider yourself one of the few people to actually see that OS (though it really is just Mac OS X Server 1.0 without the Server apps installed, so it shouldn't look that different once installed)."

OS Version_______OS Name_________OS Code Name___Processors
___0.8___________NeXTstep 0.8 _________________________ Motorola
___1.0___________NeXTstep 1.0 _________________________ Motorola
___2.0___________NeXTSTEP 2.0 _________________________Motorola
___2.1___________NeXTSTEP 2.1 _________________________Motorola
___2.2___________NeXTSTEP 2.2 _________________________Motorola
___3.0___________NEXTSTEP 3.0 _________________________Motorola
___3.1___________NEXTSTEP 3.1 ______________________Motorola & Intel
___3.2___________NEXTSTEP 3.2 _________________Motorola/Intel/SPARC/PA-RISC
___3.3___________NEXTSTEP 3.3 _________________Motorola/Intel/SPARC/PA-RISC
___4.0________OPENSTEP for Mach 4.0 _________________Motorola & Intel
___4.1________OPENSTEP for Mach 4.1 _________________Motorola & Intel
___4.2________OPENSTEP for Mach 4.2 _________________Motorola & Intel
___5.0______Rhapsody Developer Release _________________PPC & Intel
___5.1_____Rhapsody Developer Release 2____Titan1U ______PPC & Intel
___5.2___________Rhapsody 1.0 ________________________PPC & Intel
___5.3________Mac OS X Server 1.0 ________Hera1O9_________ PPC
___5.4_______Mac OS X Server 1.0.1________Hera1O9_________ PPC
___5.5_______Mac OS X Server 1.0.2____Hera1O9+Loki2G1______PPC
___5.6________Mac OS X Server 1.2________Pele1Q10 _________PPC

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and this 5.2 release does not depend on sse2?

this might be good news for people (like me) who have non sse2 laptops they want to try it on....

seeing as the other versions of rhapsody don't require sse2, aqua would be nice for a change :whistle:

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and this 5.2 release does not depend on sse2?

this might be good news for people (like me) who have non sse2 laptops they want to try it on....

seeing as the other versions of rhapsody don't require sse2, aqua would be nice for a change :)


Aqua didn't exist until 10.0. Server and Rhapsody didn't have it.

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Lets just think about this... I'll be hypothetical for one moment here. If I were to nab a copy of Rhapsody 5.2... note that this was a release version with absolutely no software-imposed physical memory restrictions like in Rhapsody DR2 which only allowed 192MB of RAM. It would also be more stable than its predecessor. And I would be the most lucky kid on the block.

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well, i got u a link to buy server 1.0, but the rhapsody 1.0 is still in progress, soon i hope tho, soon

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well, i got u a link to buy server 1.0, but the rhapsody 1.0 is still in progress, soon i hope tho, soon


Yup. Let's just relax now. I am guessing we will never find Rhapsody 5.2 in the wild.

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I love the history of Macs and stuff, so I'm very interested in getting a copy of Rhapsody. Could the superhero person thingy shoot me a PM at the speed of light please? Also, what about DP3 and DP4? DP3 had Aqua, and DP4 was a bit better. I wonder if we can get those! And also, I still believe that no version of OSX was usable for day-to-day until Mac OS X 10.2, although I prefer 10.3. (And I have 10.5 ;))

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Id like to try this too, could anyone get it for me? and is it intel imac compatible?

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Rhapsody is extremely picky about hardware. It's best to run it in an emulator or on a Pentium I box. Anything from around 1998 should do.

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MORE PM's AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT TO SAVE THE DAY, FEAR NOT AS RHAPSODY MAN IS HERE, ALONG WITH HIS TRUSTY SIDEKICK RHAPSODY GURU, TA-DA! lol Matt, youve been demoted to sidekiick looooooooool


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MORE PM's AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT TO SAVE THE DAY, FEAR NOT AS RHAPSODY MAN IS HERE, ALONG WITH HIS TRUSTY SIDEKICK RHAPSODY GURU, TA-DA! lol Matt, youve been demoted to sidekiick looooooooool
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YAH! HURRAH!

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I managed to install RDR2 in Parallels Desktop, so it's not just for VMWare, VPC, and Bochs. :)

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glad to hear that you were able to get it


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I have only one problem: No colour display. :)

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sherry haibara had the same problem... idk, must be common...?


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Dax,

Can you explain how you got DR2 running inside Parallels (and what version of Parallels are you using?)? I've tried multiple times with different Rhapsody drivers, and it never manages to mount the ISO image of Rhapsody - I get the same thing when trying OPENSTEP 4.2..

thanks,
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oh and btw, I've seen many blogs/screenshots out there of openstep (and rhapsody? can't remember) running in Parallels with color, so I'm pretty sure it's possible somehow.





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