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OS 9.2.3


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os923v10d3.sitx (7.37 MB)
MD5: 7db3f26c984b6c7d88eb01b8edf521f7
For Mac OS 9
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os923v10d4.sitx (5.98 MB)
MD5: a984eeaf4d70cf8176772ab92f6c650b
For Mac OS 9
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os923v10d5.sitx (5.97 MB)
MD5: 09d5e5c444968860ec1bbc4705b0fe11
For Mac OS 9
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os923v10d7.sitx (6.20 MB)
MD5: 115c877db73834718e0d0dc79759102f
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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SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2020, January 17 - 5:07am

I thought it was a recommendation to not use custom folder icons. I'm shocked to see this autoerase things on me and I wasn't warned. Anyway, thank you to OS923 guy, we love this kind of stuff. But irony on hi is that by erasing preexisting folder icons it must be CAUSING fragmentation a lot.

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by Jatoba - 2020, January 15 - 6:23am

@SkyCapt Here's what DieHard from MacOS9Lives had to say about the icon x fragmentation statement:

Well, maybe that is true on a pre-G3 machine, but this statement is a little extreme for my taste on an MDD. I use a program called "icontools" where I can right click and "stamp" icons on my folders and make custom icons, and I would say I love this feature in OS 9. It has never impacted performance on my DAW (at least that I could tell) and I have seen the hell a heavily fragmented disk can do to a Studio mac... so I am not in agreement here... I have hundreds of custom icons, I like them Smile

I, too, haven't ever noticed such issues, even on pre-G3 Macs. If it has any impact, it seems to be negligibly small, even on an HDD.

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by SkyCapt - 2020, January 15 - 5:15am

I played with d7. G4-Extensions work independently, Caps Lock Beep that's self explanatory, No Battery I didn't see docs for so we need to click on it in Extensions Manager to read its description, No Battery is a clock utility which allows the clock to remain mostly right in conjunction with "no battery" whenever you shutdown and repower quickly (restart).

But this extension named "Delete icon-MACS files" everybody think twice before installing this piece! Our author was once quoted saying custom folder icons are like having a badly fragmented harddrive, so here's an extension which erases the icon of every folder you touch, and I'm using an SSD not HDD so fragmentation doesn't exist for me to begin with.

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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?