From: Martin Joseph (martyNT_at_barknaturalpet.com)
Date: Thu Jun 02 2005 - 10:12:44 PDT
On Jun 2, 2005, at 9:24 AM, Marcus Hammerschmitt wrote:
> I just found out I can even install packages, when originally stored
> in a Windows folder accessible to Basilisk and expanded via
> to a folder on the emulated Mac. But I can't install .pkg-Files
> where retrieved originally in an Windows-ZIP archive. Can
> .pkg-files be converted somehow so that they are accepted and installed
> via the emulated NCU on Basilisik?=20
I see two possibilities. 1) unzip on the PC and share the .pkg to to
mac. 2) DON't Unzip on PC and let stuffit do the unzipping (you might
need a newer stuffit or a different unzip program on the mac for this.
> Last question for now: Is it a security issue to let Basilisk read
> and write files in Windows folders? Could a bug on either side=20
> mess up my disk?
Don't know anything about it, but it seems like that would be
restricted to a corrupt file?
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