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Wolf J. Flywheel wrote:
> On Thursday 22 May 2003 13:28, Andrew Gaffney wrote:
>>I'm not really much of a Mac person (or atleast the OS). I'm trying to
>>install Gentoo on my PowerMac 7500 that I just got last night. I have
>>MacOS 7.5.2. It doesn't come with Netscape or BinHex or anything else
>>useful. I have no way to get BootX, or Netscape, or StuffIt, or
>>anything like that. I tried downloading the files I needed on my x86
>>Gentoo box and burning them to a CD. My Mac just saw the files as text
>>files. What can I do?
> Now you can do "hmount untitled" to mount a Mac-formatted floppy
> ("hformat /dev/fd0" to make one); "hcopy -b aladdin_whatever untitled:"
> (note the colon there, and read the hcopy manual to know why it's
> needed!) to get the HQX file onto the disk and un-BinHexed.
upstairs d # hcopy -b aladdin_exp55.hqx untitled:
hcopy: "./aladdin_exp55.hqx": hqx file header not found (Invalid argument)
upstairs d # hcopy -b binhex4.bin untitled:
hcopy: "binhex4.bin": hqx file header not found (Invalid argument)
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