I don’t know if the picture portrays it, but yes the killer feature of version 2.0 is that you can now use 3 NeXTdimension cards in the virtual cube! Time to party like a millionaire!
You can get my pre-compiled Win32 binary here, and other wise, check out the Previous website for more details.
Thank you so much for compiling Previous. I’m really terrible with setting up emulators and compiling stuff from source code, so I’ve been getting a lot of use out of the 1.6 binary you did last year.
I have a NeXT cube with a SCSI2SD conversion, and the fact that I can share the exact same drive image between Previous and the SCSI2SD amuses me greatly.
It really is great, isn’t it?
I used the same scsi code in my basilisk update for the ability to partition disks for A/UX in shoebill. My hope is that it’ll also work with native 68k disks as well, and maybe even old world PowerPC
You’re very welcome
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In Win32 version network doesn’t work (or instructions for setting the networ changed). Version 1.6 works.
Tested on WorldWideWeb browser (diagnostic to console) under NexStep 2.0, in Previous 2.0 url address doesn’t even get resolved to IP address. In 1.6 loading page works.
And in 2.0 you cant change type of ethernet – it goes back to first setting.