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"Read Me" file RMWolf 3D™ - 6 Million Encounter Version 0.88b Thanks for playing RMWolf 3D™! This "Read Me" file will hold information on how to setup game and go further. End notes includes copyright notice. Installing the map to your hard disk To install the game to your hard disk, just drag the "RMWolf 3D - 6 Million Encounter" to Wolfenstein 3D™/Levels/ folder. Quick Start Set game difficulty to the most easy setting to speed up the game play as thought. Requirements RMWolf 3D™ - 6 Million Encounter runs on all Macintosh computers with Wolfenstein 3D™ Second encounter and up. License You may share RMWolf 3D™ only in it´s full context. Whatever the software cause You and or others are not our problem so, use only at own risk. RMWolf 3D Copyright © (p) 2016 NSΩW and SMRLite. RMWolf 3D - 6 Million Encounter and RymdMus are copyright of NSΩW. Some graphics may belong to public domain. All rights reserved to respective copyright owner. Preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yshRVOuvOA RMWolf 3D - 6 Million Encou.img.zip
BSODMASTER posted a topic in OSx86 10.8 (Mountain Lion)So I wanted to ask how to install any kind of OSx86 Mac OS operation system on ASrock B75M-GL motherboard with CPU: Intel Celeron G530 . I've waste about 15 DVDs with no-working images of ready for use versions of Mac OS for PC . I have never worked with OSx86 or any kind of Mac OS things (hacking or other) but I know how to work with Hex-Editors, reverse engineering, programming (ASM, C++) and I've never been working with such low-level things like OS or anything either (however I have installed some Windows with DVDs). So if I had to do something more special :wink2: I'll try to learn new things but anyway if there is a worked-out method for my PC settings - please share. Here are my PC specifications:
Hey Guy, I come from a C background, i know a little C++(well mostly C with Classes not proper C++) and I'm wondering if i should make the switch to the higher up C++? is it worth the jump or should i stick with C? C++ doesn't seem that hard i just don't understand what all the fuss is all about, and what benefits will i have by bumping up to the higher language?
Hey All, I'm having some difficulties installing (and booting) macOS Sierra on my computer. I seem to have some weird Kernel Panic that I have never seen before and I have tried a bunch of different boot flags, and different install routes. I also tried installing El Captain but the exact same thing happened. Consider My PC Specs: Acer Aspire T: ATC-605-ER34 Intel i7-4770 Processor Nvidia GT 730 Graphics Card 8 Gigabytes of RAM Both my Sound and Wifi cards are not compatible with Mac OS, so I have external USB adapters for that. My computer is Running 3 Operating Systems: Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite (2 Copies of this, one is an old version I have yet to delete.) Windows 10 Currently, I have Clover as my boot loader and booting I am using the boot flags dart=0 and nv_disable=1 and it is Injecting Nvidia. There is nothing put in the SMBIOS section, other than iMac 14,2 as the product name. I should be able to respond pretty quickly if anyone has any questions. I hope someone can help me out, thanks.