[Coco] Microware OS-9 for x86
cwgordon at carolina.rr.com
Fri Jun 11 13:09:14 EDT 2010
Well, if I can't have the real thing, then an emulator will have to do.
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Subject: Re: [Coco] Microware OS-9 for x86
Bill, the following was posted to my query on CoCo3.com by hyperfrog:
"I don't know for OS-9000, but I know how to run OS-9/68k on your PC.
an emulator (OS9Exec) that allows you to do that. It shares the file system
with the host OS (Windows, Mac OS X, or Mac OS 9), which is nice. You have
OS-9 running in a command prompt window. Note that you'll need a copy of
OS-9/68k. After several hours of struggling, I managed to get it work with
files from the following disk image :
Not a real OS, but nice to mess around with.
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