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 -Create two volumes through the Basilisk GUI, one large enough to hold your Mac 7.5.3 installation and future programs (e.g. 500Mb), ​ and one large enough to hold the 19 disk images (100Mb should be ample). See the guide above for how to create volumes. \\ -Create two volumes through the Basilisk GUI, one large enough to hold your Mac 7.5.3 installation and future programs (e.g. 500Mb), ​ and one large enough to hold the 19 disk images (100Mb should be ample). See the guide above for how to create volumes. \\
 -Add the two disk images to the volumes list by using the Add button. The Disktools_MacOS8.image floppy image should be the first entry in the list (you can drag and drop entries in the list.\\ -Add the two disk images to the volumes list by using the Add button. The Disktools_MacOS8.image floppy image should be the first entry in the list (you can drag and drop entries in the list.\\
--Set the "Unix root" to the folder with the 19 disk images you downloaded. +-Set the "Unix root" to the folder with the 19 disk images you downloaded. ​\\ 
--Set the Mac Model to support Mac OS 8.+-Set the Mac Model ID to support Mac OS 8.
  
 -Start Basilisk, click OK at the first warning about booting from a floppy and initialize the two newly created volumes.\\ -Start Basilisk, click OK at the first warning about booting from a floppy and initialize the two newly created volumes.\\
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 -Open the floppy disk drive on the desktop with the stuff-it expander program and use the program to unpack all 19 installer parts on the 100Mb disk.\\ -Open the floppy disk drive on the desktop with the stuff-it expander program and use the program to unpack all 19 installer parts on the 100Mb disk.\\
 -On the 100Mb disk, start the resulting Mac OS installer.img file. The installer will check the 19 parts and place a disk image icon on the desktop. When you open that disk image icon, you'll see the installer for Mac OS 7.5.3. Start the installation and choose the 500Mb disk as target. Once the installation has finished, you can stop Basilisk. \\ -On the 100Mb disk, start the resulting Mac OS installer.img file. The installer will check the 19 parts and place a disk image icon on the desktop. When you open that disk image icon, you'll see the installer for Mac OS 7.5.3. Start the installation and choose the 500Mb disk as target. Once the installation has finished, you can stop Basilisk. \\
--Start the GUI again, set the Mac Model to support Mac OS 7, remove the floppy disk image entries and the 100Mb volume from the volumes list. When you start Basilisk, you'll boot into a fresh installation of Mac OS 7.5.3 +-Start the GUI again, set the Mac Model ID to support Mac OS 7, remove the floppy disk image entries and the 100Mb volume from the volumes list. When you start Basilisk, you'll boot into a fresh installation of Mac OS 7.5.3 
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basiliskii_linux_setup.txt · Last modified: 2017/01/20 16:32 by cat_7
 
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