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Rhapsody DR2

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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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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!

 

LOL

 

Guru

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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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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,

Patrix.

 

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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Why use Parallels when you can use a free Virtual x86 emulator like Bochs? Btw... I fixed the sticky mouse problem and the color display goes much faster.

 

;)

 

Guru

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Yeah, but I don't think that's the patch set you need for it.

 

Perhaps a Rhapsody Project patch. But they are gone.

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lol, sorry for the wait, i forget theyres a "mac betas and classics" thread and that i am decently needed in... sorry bout that, i just noticed today and everythings sorted out :) and matt, read the yellow box thread :)

 

max

 

oh, and ps, if you cant get hold of me get the link from rhapsody guru, sorry, but ive been kinda buisy, thanks again matt :)

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ah I sloved my installation issues inside Parallels - I needed the updated (build 1884), which I hadn't noticed was there...

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Did you happen to get colour by chance?

 

Not yet.. I got past the install, and the installation of extra stuff, now I reboot and Rhapsody starts up, then all I see is a gray screen. No mouse cursor, nothing happening, no HD activity etc.

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Not yet.. I got past the install, and the installation of extra stuff, now I reboot and Rhapsody starts up, then all I see is a gray screen. No mouse cursor, nothing happening, no HD activity etc.

 

I got mine to work by following Rhapsody Guru's guide to Bochs, except skipping the bochs only part. :)

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I got mine to work by following Rhapsody Guru's guide to Bochs, except skipping the bochs only part. :)

 

So basically, you didn't use Bochs am I right?

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