The only emulator that will run Rhapsody DR2 that I know of is VPC 4. OPENSTEP will run in Parallels if you disable VT extensions.
Well ive got rid of the problem: just resized RAM from 256 to 64 and it doesnt display kernel panic anymore
But now i have another one: if the emulated cd-rom drive is on scsi 0:0 what should i do because it doesn't detect it... Have i selected a wrong driver? (if so what is the right one for VMWare) Or i just have to type the path to scsi 0:0? (just i dont know how because if i type sd0d0 it will display error)
You can use a max of 192 mb RAM.
If you havent installed it yet, you should just get VPC 4.2 and install it there, VMWare has a lot of problems running these OSes, mouse doesn't work right, very difficult to get useable graphics etc.
Primary/Secondary IDE controller or something like that probably works, but I doubt you'll get it to run off SCSI.
Also, the CD should be IDE0:1, HDD should be IDE0:0.
Edit: Parallels might work, I tried it once and it didn't complete the install, but you could try giving it a shot.
I can post the config file I used for OPENSTEP in Parallels if you'd like.
FYI, I've got OpenStep running beautifully in Parallels here, but I've not been able to install Rhapsody DR2 in VMware and Parallels either. Your best bet is either Virtual PC 4.x or Bochs (I know it's painfully slow).
Post subject: Re: Rhapsody Posted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 6:49 pm
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First of all, thank you for your service to the community.
I'd like to ask you to re-consider the 90-days-old rule. I not only found Mr. Intel's comment useful, but attaching it to an existing thread made it easier for me to find. I'm a newbie here, and have a lot of catching up to do. Fewer threads are better for this purpose.