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To put my iBook into Target Disk Mode, I shut it down, and connected it to the PowerBook using a standard 6-pin FireWire cable (the same on both ends) usually used for connecting my external FireWire hard drive. I then started the iBook while holding down the T key, and in a few seconds the yellow FireWire symbol began bouncing around on the screen.
The installation itself was straightforward. I chose to do an Archive and Install, and I checked the option to have the new system assimilate user settings from a former system, avoiding the tedium of going through the Setup Assistant routine.
Doing a clean installation (save for the imported settings), recovered 4 MB of free hard drive space. Emptying the Trash containing the Previous System Folder took nearly half an hour and deleted some 90,000 files!
This guide assumes you are installing Mac OS 9.2 on a 2gb file that will act as your hard disk for Mac OS. The CD image you install from is called MacOS9.2.iso and the hard disk is called MacOS9.2.img
Installations of other versions of Mac OS or OSX (roughly) follow the same path. NOTE: When trying to install Mac OS 9.0.4 you need to make sure to use a version that contains a Mac OS ROM version 5.6 or above. Also make sure to set the -M parameter to -M mac99.
(*)The mac model entry accepts 3 options for the via parameter: mac99,via=pmu (this option supports usb mouse and keyboard)mac99,via=pmu-adb (this allows some older Mac OS/Mac OS server builds to use a keyboard and mouse through the adb bus)mac99,via=cuda (this is the default setting, allowing the use of the older, now less supported cuda) Note: to run Leopard, you have to use -M mac99,via=pmu
After initialization has finished and a disk icon has appeared on the desktop, quit the program. You can then start the installation of Mac OS. Shut down Mac OS after the installation has finished.Please note that the initialization step has to be repeated for any NEW disk added to Mac OS.
You easily change CDs in Qemu-system-ppc for macOS: first drag the current CD icon to the trash. Then open the menu Machine and click change ide1-cd0 and navigate to the CD image you want to mount. Double click the image and wait for it to be mounted on the Mac OS/OSX desktop.
You can pass-through some devices attached to the host to the guest. On a macOS host, you can find the required USB vendorid and productid by checking the USB devices in the System Profiler.To allow Qemu to take control of the device the driver (kext) the host loaded for the device has to be unloaded.
Sharing an USB device with Mac OS 9.0 up to Mac OSX 10.2 is restricted to using USB 1.1 devices. A way to push a USB 2.0 device into USB 1.1 mode is to attach it to a strictly USB 1.1 hub (as found in older Apple keyboards or regular 1.1 hubs).
Caution: Other devices might be using other kexts (drivers), so you would need to find out which kext is loaded for the device.Some devices might be using a kext that is also in use for other host devices.If you unload such a kext, the host will loose access to those devices. A reboot will restore functionality.
Caution: Other devices might be using other kexts (drivers), so you would need to find out which kext is loaded for the device. Some devices might be using a kext that is also in use for other host devices. If you unload such a kext, the host will loose access to those devices. A reboot will restore functionality.
The latest Qemu for OSX builds emulate a network device that is supported out of the box for Mac OS 9.0 up to OSX 10.5 However, you can also use the realtek 8139 device. This requires installation of the appropriate drivers. You can download them from the Realtek site, or all drivers in one iso from here
Please note that adding a mac address other than the default to the network device leads to the discovery of a new network card in OSX. You need to configure that card through the network preferences.
Create a network bridge in your macOS host network settings and add your network device to the bridge.We provide two scripts in the tap-scripts folder. They assume your bridge is called bridge0. The first script adds the tap device to the brigde when qemu-system-ppc starts. The second script removes the tap device from the bridge once you stop qemu-system-ppc.
Save the command file and run it as root.If you want, you can leave the bridge intact after you quit Qemu-system-ppc, so it is already available next time you run Qemu-system-ppc with tap networking.
OSX 10.3/10.4 guests: Make sure you have file sharing enabled on your host and that you share some folder. Find the current IP address of your host: open the system report and click Networking. The IP address should show behind the active network connection. Start Qemu, click Go/Connect to server. Enter
At Connect as select Registered user and enter your user name and password for your host. Then select a shared folder from the list and click OK. You can now read and write files to the shared folder that appeared on your desktop.
Forwarding port 21 to the host allows running an ftp server (such as Netpresenz) on an Mac OS 9.x guest and read/write access to the file system of the guest. Make sure to use an FTP client capable of active transfer mode on the host (such as Filezilla, we are dealing with an old guest system after all.) For access to a Mac OS X guest, enable the ftp service.You can access the guest by connecting to -or-ip-adress-of-host:2121 from other machines running on your network.
To boot from a real CD, you first need to insert the CD and unmount it using e.g., Diskutility. Next, run Qemu as root. So add sudo in front of ./qemu-system-ppc and set -cdrom /dev/cdrom in your command file.Example command line:
NOTE 1: you need to unmount the real cd from the desktop (using e.g., disk utility) before using it in Qemu. NOTE 2: you have to run Qemu as root to access a real CD. (See above at booting from a real CD.)
Qemu is being actively developed. This means that some new features can become available that are not yet incorporated into the official source code.Currently there are several such developments, in various states of reliability:
Mac OS X is an operating system by Apple Inc. It is a conglomoration of NeXTSTEP, A/UX, and Mac OS 9. It is based off the unix kernel and provides compatibility with X11. It features a new theme called Aqua which replaces Platinum from Mac OS 8 and 9. It also adds the Dock as a place to launch applications (Not dissimilar to the underused Launcher) as well as some other features.
It started out on PowerPC processors but later transitioned onto Intel processors with Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) the last to natively support the PowerPC architecture and Snow Leopard (10.6) the last to support PowerPC applications on Intel-based Macs. All versions of Mac OS X that were made to run on PowerPC systems (with the exception of Leopard) had a Mac OS 9 emulation layer called 'Classic'. It allowed Mac OS X to run Mac OS 9 applications that weren't updated to run natively on OS X (known as carbonization based on the Carbon API). However, some applications and extensions won't work under Classic. One example is Final Cut Pro 2. Yet, 99% of the time, Classic was perfectly capable of running most OS 9 apps.
Important: To install Mac OS X 10.4 on G3's, use the Bad Machine or Unsupported G3 MOD Install CD 1 and on some G4 models, if it refuses to boot, first try the 2005 DVD version and second, the 4-CD set version.
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I have an old PowerPC G4 currently running OS X 10.4.11 that I would like to upgrade to Leopard OS X 10.5 which I understand is the latest OS this machine will upgrade to. Is there a free and/or paid download of Leopard?
I do have a CD that came with my Mac Pro that contains OS X 10.5, which I have tried using to upgrade the G4, but it tells me it cannot complete the upgrade. I'm not sure if this is because this CD came with a different piece of hardware (the Mac Pro) or if for some reason my G4 can go no higher?
I was hoping to install my Adobe CS 5 programs on this machine (which says they need OS 10.5 to run on - plus an Intel processor which I was hoping would not be necessary). I currently have Adobe CS 3 running on the G4 and CS 5 running on a Mac Pro (running Snow Leopard OS X 10.6.8). The plan was to update the Mac Pro to Yosemite (because Safari is now outdated on this OS as well), but I'm afraid the Adobe programs won't work properly once I do this, so I was hoping to have them installed on the older G4 as a backup plan.
My experience with upgrades in Macs and software over the years is that it took me about two hours to outrun the two with my physical and mental actions - back to where I started perception-wise and merely a second or two at a time with efficiency.
I have no experience with Yosemite - thus none with browsers running upon it. Firefox, Chrome, [others] are all very modern browsers - but some sites are just authored to modern hardware expectations. 2b1af7f3a8