Well I put out a cry for help all over the place, looking for Darwin 0.3
And much to my amazement, when I woke up, I not only got a reply but a link to a toast image. Â Great, what is toast? Â Well simply put toast is a format made popular by then Adaptec Toast. Â Obviously the sane thing to do is to find Toast, install it, and mount the disk image inside of a Macintosh.
But, honestly, where is the fun in that?
Instead let’s have Cockatrice III do it! Â Now I never did get around to writing proper CD-ROM emulation, nor integrating it, but that doesn’t matter! Â Instead I’m going to rely on Daemon tools Lite, to do all the heavy lifting. Â DTL will create a virtual SCSI adapter, add in a SCSI CD-ROM device, and mount the image. Â Needless to say, I’m on Windows and that is where that part of the adventure ends, as Windows 10 cannot read HFS.
Now back to Cockatrice!
All I had to do was assign the SCSI 6 position to the mounted drive letter, and I’m set! Â Just add this to theÂ CockatriceIII_Prefs file:
And now I can mount the image from within Cockatrice III
And there we go, now I can copy the files of just like having a real Mac.