Re: [NTLK] mac os9 hardware for old newton apps and VNC

From: Ian Strom <>
Date: Wed Feb 07 2007 - 05:59:01 EST

On Feb 6, 2007, at 11:47 PM, Martin Joseph wrote:

> On Feb 6, 2007, at 6:27 PM, Walter Remson wrote:
>> While you can use a G3 Server, you call also use the following Mac
>> setups as well:
>> Beige G3 tower or desktop (mine has 450 MHz CPU)
>> Digital Audio G4 (733 Mhz)
>> Quick Silver dual CPU (867 CPU)
> Actually I think if it's really a Quicksilver (not a mirrored drive
> door) it was a dual 800Mhz from the factory?
Yea, there were only single CPU 867Mhz QuickSilvers so if it is a
dual 867 it is the original OS 9 bootable Mirror Drive Door.
> I was going to recommend a Quicksilver as the top of line OS9 booter
> myself. I have a customer who is a graphic designer, who still needs
> Freehand 8 and Adobe Press Ready (ie OS9). I got him a QS and it's a
> super machine for both OS9 and OSX
Ether that or the original MDD. Would be good to stick a dual 1.8Ghz
or single 2Ghz Sonnet upgrade in it too.

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