Upgrading emulation of classic Apple Mac hardware and software #Emulation #VintageComputing
Arbee’s WIP Emporium posts about working on better emulation of classic Mac hardware:
- 80s/90s Macintosh video drivers
- the 4 major Apple floppy disk controllers
- bit-level SCSI emulation, supporting CD-ROM drives on the Mac (Macs reading and booting from CD-ROMs)
To match the added capabilities of the Mac drivers, the documentation has been greatly expanded in the form of a system-specific wiki page, similar to the one for the Apple II series. The page is still a work-in-progress.
A graphical install guide which shows how to format a new hard disk image and install the Mac OS in the driver is available. Note that the instructions WILL NOT work with the current release of MAME; you need either a build of an up-to-date GitHub pull or to wait for MAME 0.232.
Read more in the post here.
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June 2, 2021 at 09:05AM