[wpmac] Re: Trouble getting started with SheepShaver
- For me, Disk Utility says:
"The volume SheepShaver appears to be OK."
Using Disk First Aid twice (or three times) in a row didn't help.
>After you quit SheepShaver and open its volume in OSX, what does
>Disk Utility say?
>--- In email@example.com, Dave Schlicher
>> I have a similar problem (Invalid sibling link, 4, 23), but Disk
>>First Aid keeps saying it's unable to repair it.
>> Dave Schlicher
> > On Nov 12, 2009, at 6:22 AM, John R wrote:
> > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Daniell L. Mattern"
>> > >
>> > > DiskFirstAid runs from
>> > > SheepShaver and finds an error in the SheepShaver volume (Invalid
>> > > BTree Header, 0, 0) which it urges me to repair with OSX Disk
>> > > Utility. Disk Utility does not find anything to repair. Disk First
>> > > Aid (back in SheepShaver) says it repairs the problem successfully,
>> > > but the problem is still there upon Verifying.
>> > Try using Disk First Aid to repair, twice in a row.
> > > John R.
- On Nov 13, 2009, at 10:12 AM, Daniell L. Mattern wrote:
> For me, Disk Utility says:This happened on my system after I had opened the Sheepshaver
> "The volume SheepShaver appears to be OK."
> Using Disk First Aid twice (or three times) in a row didn't help.
volume.dmg in Mac OS X.
I quit Sheepshaver, dragged a new copy of the Sheepshaver.dmg from the
install folder in the Sheepshaver folder, restarted Sheepshaver and
Disk Utility now reports no errors.
As long as I don't ever open the Sheepshaver.dmg in Mac OS X the
problem does not return. If I open the Sheepshaver.dmg in Mac OS X the
problem comes back.
Am I not supposed to open the Sheepshaver.dmg in Mac OS X?
- --- In email@example.com, Steve Kane <skane-l@...> wrote:
> Am I not supposed to open the Sheepshaver.dmg in Mac OS X?There should be no problem at all with that. It's the most efficient way
to copy files to and from the SS volume.
- I, too, have an error noted when disk doctor works, showing 0, 0 block
problem. Have for years, on several computers. It has never caused a