Re: Slightly off topic - Need to add programs to SheepShaver
- Since I basically stole your original setup, you're certainly free to steal it back. You'll need to replace the ROM in addition to the disk image, I think.
I seem to remember that it's possible to rework the script for Tiger, but only by sacrificing some of the automation that I didn't want to give up Unfortunately, it's been so long that I forget exactly which parts!
--- In email@example.com, jrethorst <no_reply@...> wrote:
>> This explains part of the advantage to your setup, putting the SS disk in a vm container in the contents of the package. I should do that as well (actually, what I should do is steal your entire setup, replacing the SS disk . . . but I'd need to upgrade to Leopard to run it, or else rewrite the script for Tiger).
- Since you have the SheepShaver-WP setup (based on the information you sent in a private message), the answer to your question is the procedure in Message #6419 in this forum.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "attyjpf" <attyjpf@...> wrote:
> I just got a new MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard and installed the "all in one" Sheepshaver with WP. It seems to work fine except for one thing. I have a TON of old WriteNow files on my computer and I cannot move WriteNow to the SheepShaver disk. I have tried to add it to both the Unix disk and the "general" one. I have also tried to drag and drop on the SheepShaver icon, which of course, does not work.
> Besides WriteNow, the other legacy program that I desperately want to continue using is Timeslips. I cannot add that to the SheepShaver disk, either.
> I assumed there is something simple that I am missing. Drag and drop appears not to be the way to accomplish what I need. Thanks for any suggestions!
- In a message dated 2010.08.15 22:26 -0500, em315 wrote:
> ... the answer to your question is the procedure in Message #6419 in this forum.Quick question: Is the message # retrievable from mail headers [I could
not find it], or must one go to the web interface?
[Yes, I know one must go to the web interface to retrieve a past message
anyway. The question is whether any post received from the mailing list
can be identified by number for later reference.]