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sheepshaver_mac_os_x_setup [2017/08/06 04:24]
ronald_p._regensburg [Setting up SheepShaver for Mac OS X]
sheepshaver_mac_os_x_setup [2018/06/17 02:20] (current)
ronald_p._regensburg [First run, setup, basic functions]
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 This manual is revised for use with the 25-10-2009 and later builds of [[SheepShaver]]. This manual is revised for use with the 25-10-2009 and later builds of [[SheepShaver]].
  
-The 01-02-2014 build is currently the recommended latest build. For description of this build and download links, see [[http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=20&​t=7360|this forum topic]].+**Download SheepShaver application from [[http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=20&​t=7360|this forum topic]]. ​Please read all information on that page, not all newer information is included in this manual yet.**
  
 We start with the description of a classic setup with all files together in a folder named "​SheepShaver"​. That folder can be anywhere you like, for instance in your Applications folder or in your Home folder. In this setup, with the needed files together with SheepShaver in the SheepShaver folder, no full paths are required for configuration,​ just the file names will work. However, files and folders can be renamed and/or moved to different locations, provided you make sure the file names and/or full paths to the files are entered in SheepShaver preferences. We start with the description of a classic setup with all files together in a folder named "​SheepShaver"​. That folder can be anywhere you like, for instance in your Applications folder or in your Home folder. In this setup, with the needed files together with SheepShaver in the SheepShaver folder, no full paths are required for configuration,​ just the file names will work. However, files and folders can be renamed and/or moved to different locations, provided you make sure the file names and/or full paths to the files are entered in SheepShaver preferences.
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 Please post questions and comments on E-Maculation SheepShaver forum: http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​. Please post questions and comments on E-Maculation SheepShaver forum: http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​.
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 ===== Setting up SheepShaver ===== ===== Setting up SheepShaver =====
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 The latest version of QuickTime that is compatible with SheepShaver is version 4.1.2. Note that it is not possible to downgrade QuickTime by simply installing an earlier version. If you happened to have installed a later version, you will need to remove all QuickTime related files first. The latest version of QuickTime that is compatible with SheepShaver is version 4.1.2. Note that it is not possible to downgrade QuickTime by simply installing an earlier version. If you happened to have installed a later version, you will need to remove all QuickTime related files first.
  
-QuickTime 4.1.2 can be downloaded here: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1134?​viewlocale=en_US+QuickTime 4.1.2 can be downloaded here: http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/quicktime-4
  
 **CD-ROM**\\ **CD-ROM**\\
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 **Additional volumes**\\ **Additional volumes**\\
 In Preferences you can create additional volumes (disk image files) or add existing compatible disk image files as additional volumes. All volumes in the volumes list will appear on the SheepShaver desktop. SheepShaver will startup from the first bootable volume in the list. In Preferences you can create additional volumes (disk image files) or add existing compatible disk image files as additional volumes. All volumes in the volumes list will appear on the SheepShaver desktop. SheepShaver will startup from the first bootable volume in the list.
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 ==== The shared folder / "​Unix"​ disk ==== ==== The shared folder / "​Unix"​ disk ====
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 SheepShaver for OS X supports self-contained virtual machines. These virtual machines are packages with all needed files inside. They are portable to any compatible Mac OS X system. Multiple virtual machines can be created, each with its own settings, and they can coexist with a '​classic'​ setup as described above in this guide. SheepShaver for OS X supports self-contained virtual machines. These virtual machines are packages with all needed files inside. They are portable to any compatible Mac OS X system. Multiple virtual machines can be created, each with its own settings, and they can coexist with a '​classic'​ setup as described above in this guide.
  
-The feature was added to SheepShaver in 2009. It was discussed in the forum here: http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​t=5754+The feature was added to SheepShaver in 2009. It was discussed in the forum here:\\ 
 +http://​www.emaculation.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​t=5754
  
 These instructions are about self-contained .sheepvm packages. A way to manage multiple virtual machines from one setup window will be described under "​SheepShaverLauncher"​. These instructions are about self-contained .sheepvm packages. A way to manage multiple virtual machines from one setup window will be described under "​SheepShaverLauncher"​.
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