Re: UniPlus UNIX: oops...

From: Highcountryrider <highcountryrider_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 11:25:57 -0800

I have a copy of CopyIIMac (v4.3) and CopyIIHardDisk (v4.3) if they'd be of any help. They don't seem to work on 7.5.3 and probably need 6.x.


On Feb 14, 2008, at 6:39 AM, Ray Arachelian wrote:

-jeffB wrote:
> Hmm... how am I going to get Disk Copy 4.2 onto the Mac II, which has
> no Ethernet, from a MacBook that has no floppy or AppleTalk? I guess
> the 8600 could write a floppy that the Mac II's SuperDrive (remember
> dual-floppy systems?) could read. This is getting more
> complicated... but not unworkable.
> I just hope the Uniplus copy-control system doesn't rely on holes
> burned in the disk, or something equally repulsive and hard to
> emulate.

Hi Jeff, the 8600 should have a "superdrive" floppy mechanism, at least according to Apple it does.

It doesn't much matter what OS you run on this, whether it's 8.x or 6.x. As long as you can get a path from the 8600 to either the internet (fetch ftp client, etc.) or another machine, even a PC, you can use it to make disk images. Ideally if you have the ethernet AAUI plug for your 8600 and the appropriate TCP/IP software, you can either connect the 8600 to another machine via a crossover cable, or to your router, etc.

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