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 PostPost subject: Rhapsody 1.0 (Final)        Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 9:16 am 
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Does anyone have Rhapsody 1.0 (final)? From what I gather, this ended up being "OSX Server 1.0", but OSX server 1.0 was PPC only, where Rhapsody ended up being PPC and Intel...

I found it years upon years ago. I thought I snagged it but apparently I didn't. Any help is appreciated.


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First, I do not have it :cry:

Are you looking for OSX Server 1.0 for Intel? If so it never was sold or made as some of the server parts were never compiled into intel. Furthermore, I recall people calling Apple asking for the Intel version. Additionally, Apple was running some screenshots of OSX Server 1.0 on their Mexican (not Spanish) website but it was the PPC version. Therfore, I can find no proof that this version ever existed...

Supposedly, (as I hope you know) Rhapsody was pulled just after the 3rd developement release (which I have never seen online). One of the major factors besides Intel transition for Apple being a horridly bad buisness move was that many of the Intel parts of Rhapsody never were successfully made.

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I don't have the final - but I do have DR2 if that's of any use?


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http://www.rhapsodyos.org/

This page shows that the final release of Rhapsody (v1.0; 5.2) was pulled off the shelves by Apple once the Mac OS X name came into play.

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...I have never seen Rhapsody 5.2. This was to be the first public release, but was pulled by Apple at the last minute when they turned their energies towards the Mac OS X project.

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This page shows that the final release of Rhapsody (v1.0; 5.2) was pulled off the shelves by Apple once the Mac OS X name came into play.

So does that mean that there was once a final version that actually carried the Rhapsody name then? They say it was some internal build only though. The only ones I knew of are Rhapsody Developer Release 1 and 2, available in both PPC and x86, and Mac OS X Server 1.0 and 1.2, which are effectively "final" versions of Rhapsody but are PPC only (they are of course not to be confused as what we normally know of as "Mac OS X" ie OS X 10.0 client and Server). I think I have Rhapsody DR2 x86 and an untested image of Mac OS X Server 1.2, but not this "Rhapsody final", of that ever existed.

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If the guy who runs www.rhapsodyos.org hasn't seen Rhapsody 5.2, then I doubt it exists. I say this because, IIRC, he runs Rhapsody 5.1 on a day-to-day basis as his main workstation and has at least a few good contacts in Apple... if he could be running something more recent than 5.1, then he would :)

As for the other releases, in case anybody else is interested, I've (recently) seen nearly all of them online in various places (demonoid.com, atomcomputer's server).


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Atomcomputer server? Is that on here or somewhere else? (just I seem to remember there's a member with a name like that, but can't find anything in the server section) Not that I need OS X Server as I have some already, but if it has that then it probably has other interesting stuff :)

I don't suppose there's any way of running OS X Server in emulation is there? I just had a look at my image of OS X Server 1.2 in SheepShaver, but while the installer runs OK as it's just a normal Mac OS Classic app, it presumably wouldn't boot in SheepShaver, yet it looks to be an interesting OS - for anyone that's not seen it:

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It would be nice to have OS X Server and Panther on my Lombard, as OS X Server is more secure than OS9 and maintains the classic look of the Mac.

I did download the Rhapsody build on Andy's server (DP2), but when I opened it, WinRAR told me it was corrupted. So I deleted.

Plus, I don't promote piracy. :)

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so I take it 'project Marklar' began with the first release of OS X and not with OS X Server?


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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:
I don't suppose there's any way of running OS X Server in emulation is there?


Interesting screenshots... SheepSaver can run Mac OS 7.5.2 to 9.0.4. You ought to be able to run OS X Server under PearPC, although you will need a PowerMac BIOS. If, like I did, you have a Mac OS/PPC install CD (I had 8.6), then you should be able to find a BIOS on there (if you're using Windows, try MacDisk or HFVExplorer for this). It's much easier than dumping the BIOS. Out of curiosity, I've personally run OS X 10.3 under PearPC, and it was surprisingly usable on a 2GHz Pentium-M. Enjoy :)

You're right, there are some cool things on atomcomputer's server (slow for me, though). He never listed it, but he did mention it in a post in a non-restricted forum (see http://www.betaarchive.co.uk/forum/view ... =8989#8989), so I'm guessing it's ok to link to it here: http://anotherworld.eu.org/Anonymous_FTP


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troyoda1990 wrote:
I did download the Rhapsody build on Andy's server (DP2), but when I opened it, WinRAR told me it was corrupted. So I deleted.


Do you mean you opened the ISO file? No Windows program that I know of can read the special format of those discs (same thing for its predecessor, NeXTSTEP/OPENSTEP). If you decide to try again, remember that you will need the boot floppies too since the ISO isn't bootable. At least, that's what I've heard :)


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You ought to be able to run OS X Server under PearPC, although you will need a PowerMac BIOS. If, like I did, you have a Mac OS/PPC install CD (I had 8.6), then you should be able to find a BIOS on there (if you're using Windows, try MacDisk or HFVExplorer for this). It's much easier than dumping the BIOS. Out of curiosity, I've personally run OS X 10.3 under PearPC, and it was surprisingly usable on a 2GHz Pentium-M. Enjoy :)

PearPC is good for OS X, yes - I've run 10.4 Tiger on it and it is a very useable speed. However, I think PearPC can only boot OS X 10.1 and up, not even 10.0, so I doubt that OS X Server 1.x would run either. By Bios, do you mean the Mac ROM? I don't think PearPC takes a ROM though, that is only SheepShaver. Sadly there doesn't seem to be an emulator, as far as I know, that can run anything between Mac OS 9.1 and 10.0 Cheetah, and I don't want to risk putting it on my G3 as it took forever to get Tiger set up on there and I don't want it getting all temperamental again!


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Do you mean you opened the ISO file? No Windows program that I know of can read the special format of those discs (same thing for its predecessor, NeXTSTEP/OPENSTEP). If you decide to try again, remember that you will need the boot floppies too since the ISO isn't bootable. At least, that's what I've heard :)

Yes, you need the two boot floppy images and the install CD. Just put the first floppy image and the CD image into VMware and it should boot off the floppy. It was hopeless in VMware for me though, it kept crashing and becoming unbootable, and never really worked properly at all, so I just deleted it after a while and never really got to play with it :(

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rawr wrote:
Do you mean you opened the ISO file? No Windows program that I know of can read the special format of those discs (same thing for its predecessor, NeXTSTEP/OPENSTEP). If you decide to try again, remember that you will need the boot floppies too since the ISO isn't bootable. At least, that's what I've heard :)

It has two partitions, one HFS and the other NeXT/Apple's variant of UFS. I bet Mac OS X can easily open it.


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If I insert my OS X Server 1.0 CD, I get two volumes. One is called "MOSX_Booter", the other is "Mac OS X Server". There are two other volumes (Apple_Rhapsody_Loader and Apple_Rhapsody_UFS) shown in Disk Utility though.

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