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Old 04-07-2005, 10:33 AM   #1
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Anyone worked with Sheep Shaver?


I have it installed on an FC3 P-III 600 system here at work, and I have
copied over a ROM file from a G3. So far so good, right? So, now how do
I go about installing the MAC OS? I have some flavors of 7.5x and 8.x to play
with. Do I need to partition my HD or can i just install it into a directory? Also
how do I get the installer to fire up???
 
  


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