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. Great, what is toast? Well simply put toast is a format made popular by then Adaptec Toast. 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! Now I never did get around to writing proper CD-ROM emulation, nor integrating it, but that doesn’t matter! Instead I’m going to rely on Daemon tools Lite, to do all the heavy lifting. DTL will create a virtual SCSI adapter, add in a SCSI CD-ROM device, and mount the image. 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! Just add this to the 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.