Re: [NTLK] Another way to get software on your Newt

From: Ivan Kowalenko <>
Date: Thu Jul 20 2006 - 18:33:18 EDT

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On Jul 19, 2006, at 06.56, Matthew Atkinson wrote:

>> Oh, Smeg, there's MORE of us out there?! ;)
> Yes - I love that show. I remember a "special" show about it
> (maybe bonus
> stuff on a DVD?) that showed outtakes, a convention with the cast on a
> discussion panel and some other brilliant stuff.

Well, at least the American version didn't get off the ground.

>> As I understand it (this is just to add to your method of using
>> Apache), can't you also use the NIE/NCU stuff and install stuff over
>> a local network? I've heard NCU works under Classic with few
>> problems.
> I suppose you could but my Macintel doesn't allow for Classic. I
> may have
> to try it on my PPC machines, though. Thanks for the idea.

What about emulating a Mac? Emulate something like an older PowerMac.
We don't need a lot of speed for this. Of course, the catch is we
need to be able to forward data from a serial port to the emulator. I
know VirtualPC could do this, I don't know what other emulators can
(I'm pretty sure QEmu can't)

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