It doesn’t go past here. Will ZetaOS do the same thing if I try to install it? Joined Thu Apr 28, 7: Good luck Well I converted the img file to iso and mounted it in VMware. Maybe there’s a workaround using BeOS4Linux, found this site: It should now look like this: I’m not even going to ask how to burn a ccd file.

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Because if I tried I would probably stuff it up. Users browsing this forum: Select the unknown disc, then click on Setup, drag to Partition, drag to and select Intel: I vmawre made sure the hard drive was IDE, here is a screenshot: Aren’t you worried about burning the CCD file currently?

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Joined Thu Dec 30, 6: Joined Thu Dec 22, 1: Click through the next two pop up windows, and then it will ask you to Mount the disk? Mon Jul 02, 8: And I’ve checked the iso is mounted.


And what happens when you burn the ccd file? I have this feeling that you don’t understand what I was trying to tell you?

Thu Jul 05, 4: Mon Jul 25, 3: Wed Jul 20, 9: I believe I used vmware 5. All views expressed in these forums are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the BetaArchive site owner.

Display posts from previous: Tue Jul 03, 6: Eh, I’m not sure what you mean. You can’t convert it vkware the image has a reference file the ccd which “tells” a burning program how the image file should be burned, since it contains multiple partitions. Then copy the VESA file to: No registered users and 6 guests.

Joined Thu Apr 28, 7: It didn’t support something with graphics. Joined Mon Apr 14, I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. Sat Jul 16, 3: I haven’t dealt with it in a while, but BeOS is hard to get working in in bsos virtual machine.


Read what I replied again If I was unclear, do tell. However, another caveat that I know about is the mouse timing.

[OT] Installing BeOS in vmware

A warning box will pop up about destroying all the data, click on proceed. It should now look like this: Try finding a Be machine emulator.

The problem here is that it is telling me there is no disk when there is one. It may still be in alpha, but it may be better.