Oh, I forgot: If you can make it work with Sierra, please tell me. I will update the tutorial accordingly. This link has bothered me for a while so I did more research. One should be careful in this application. Apple licenses the software OS X for use on their personal computers and not for any non-apple hardware. This is a CMA so I can state: you have been warned. Supposedly it runs on any OS X. Is there some other way to convert dmg hsf to iso?
AMD-V is required and Opteron does not have it. I see that you did!
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That is what I constantly do myself. Thanks in advance! Okay, rather than continue to struggle trying to find these things in PopChar -- dished out a lot of money for something I don't use a lot -- I am just going to cheat and ask here. In the tips and tricks section of the tutorial, I need to be able to type some of Apple's proprietary key symbols; namely the shift key symbol, the option key symbol, and the command key symbol.
PopChar apparently wants me to work hard to find them, but I have been up all night, and it is now AM here, so how about it, folks?
Man, PopChar! Thanks my friend. I knew that I could find them online. I am still waiting to hear from them. I am sure that the symbols can be found in PopChar, but it was just taking me too long to find them. Also, as you probably already know, in BBEdit, you can bring up a palette, and then just click once to paste a symbol into your BBEdit document, similar to PopChar. As far as the codes for HTML documents are concerned, whenever I create a new HTML document, I run it through Baltisar Tidy for Work, which does an excellent job of automatically correcting things, converting those characters that need to be converted, and nicely formatting the document for my human eyes which demand pretty indentation as well.
I was not pleased with that decision, but oh well. Baltisar Tidy for Work uses more up-to-date code anyway, and you can add your own rule exceptions to it as well, so it won't spit out errors regarding things that it does not yet recognize as valid HTML code.
I stopped using PopChar Is there anything that it does these days that can't be done from the character palette or Google? I don't know, because I haven't used the built-in character palette in a very long time.
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In fact, it is so long, that off the top of my head, I don't even remember how to access it. One interesting feature it has which sometimes works, and sometimes doesn't, is the ability to use your mouse to draw a symbol -- when you don't know where to find it -- and then let PopChar conduct a search, and present to you the closest matches to what you drew in the box. As I said, it is not a home run every time.
Well, Ergonis Software -- the developers of PopChar -- wrote back to me with a very clear answer regarding how to find and copy keyboard modifier key symbols to a text document, such as to BBEdit, for example. Using the disc image itself should work. I can just picture a newbie who has, say, a brand new MacBook Pro thinking, "Darn it! I need to get a disc drive! TheCloud, I have not personally tried doing that myself. While my tutorial is based on my personal experiences, and what I know for a fact will work, I will add this possibility to the setup guide, when my time permits.
I may even get around to trying it out myself, so that I can confirm one way or the other.
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BTW, the tutorial received a substantial update just yesterday, and is quite comprehensive. I hope others find it helpful and useful as they go about setting up SheepShaver -- or Basilisk II -- on their modern machines. Not sure whether you were joking, but that user's name is thecloud. Space Cadet is his rank on the forum. This is why VirtualBox's network adapter must be bridged to the host's Ethernet interface.
I had no idea getting OS X running on an Intel machine had become so easy.