[Alternative Download] http://www.mediafire.com/?mowgmfn0i33nm9l
Note: This .sit file should (in theory) be able to be installed and licensed, but was unable to be tested, as a fully licensed copy of FrameMaker 7.x was already installed. Please advise if you are unable to license it, as there is another way to install without using the installer package.
The 1st download is Adobe FrameMaker 7.0.
The 2nd download is some documentation assembled from this website.
The 3rd download is the accompanying book "Adobe FrameMaker 7.0 - Classroom in a Book" (PDF & training files).
Requires Mac OS 9.0 to 9.2.2 (can run in Classic mode on PPC OS X).
From the Installer's Read Me documentation:
MAC OS SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
To use FrameMaker, you need the following hardware and software:
• PowerPC® processor that supports the Energy Saver Control Panel (G3/G4 recommended)
• Mac OS 9.0, 9.1, 9.2, OSX 10.1 (Classic Mode)
• 128 MB of RAM (256 MB recommended for structured authoring)
• 180-320 MB of available hard-disk space (320 MB recommended).
• 800 x 600 VGA monitor (1024 x 768 recommended)
• CD-ROM drive
• Macintosh-compatible printer (Adobe Postscript printer recommended)
The FrameMaker installer does not support installing FrameMaker under OS X Classic mode (or in Mac OS X). That info is in the FrameMaker Installer's Read Me file and refers to the Mac OS X available at the time (10.1) it may or may not be true. unixphreak reports this installs fine in Classic mode (OS X 10.4.11).
-- For Full Info on installation see "Manual" link above (its the installation "Read Me" file in full)
Running in SheepShaver: The following quote is by "Mr. Tamarin" in the emaculation forum:
I tried several times to start FrameMaker, and it would crash SheepShaver every time. I removed the FrameMaker 7 Prefs file from the Preferences folder so that I would be prompted to choose which mode to run FrameMaker in the next time I launched it. I chose Structured FrameMaker mode, and I again had my stable FrameMaker running again. So the key seems to be to run in Structured FrameMaker mode.
For steps to run in SheepShaver, and to read the thread in full, see the last few posts by "Mr. Tamarin" here. With thanks to NucAr for bringing this info to our attention.