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OS 9.2.3


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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
os923v10d3.sitx (7.37 MB)
For Mac OS 9
#2
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os923v10d4.sitx (5.98 MB)
For Mac OS 9
#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
os923v10d5.sitx (5.97 MB)
For Mac OS 9
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os923v10d7.sitx (6.20 MB)
For Mac OS 9
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

OS 9.2.3 is a set of file and disk utilities. They require OS 9.2.2 and IdleTime INIT. This is NOT an Apple product. Version 1.0d3 has expired.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

Mac OS 9.2.2

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OS923's picture
by OS923 - 2019, March 29 - 12:07pm

I wouldn't use these programs on a computer with OSX installed. This has not been tested.

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by OS923 - 2019, March 29 - 12:03pm

The disk images shouldn't be a problem with Disk Copy 6.3.3. I tried them before upload. The documentation is a copy of what used to be on the website and contains a link to the download that contains the documentation. Circular indeed. On the website I used a Gzip download. Now it's StuffIt 7.

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by MikeTomTom - 2019, March 14 - 11:18pm

I extracted and mounted the v105d file OK - but I was using Tiger 10.4.x and Disk Utility to do it.

- The Help.html has a download link to "file:///Volumes/OS 9.2.3 v1.0d5/Help/os923v10d5.gz" which I assume is the OS 9.2.3 binary to install 9.2.3 over an original 9.2.2? - anyway, "os923v10d5.gz" is missing from the Help folder.

Tho' I think these will be the extracted folders also in the mounted image and (I'm guessing) you would need to manually install.

I haven't look at the other DL's as yet.

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by macdude888 - 2019, March 14 - 10:51pm

I have tried opening both version v10d5 and v10d7. On v10d5, DiskCopy yields the following result: "The Mount Image operation did not complete. (-8816) The file 'os923v10d5.img' does not have a recognized file type." When I try v10d7, I get the same message. I'm running MacOS 9.2.2 on a PBG3 Pismo, 500MHz, 640MB RAM, 20GB HDD. Suggestions?