[OpenBIOS] [Report] Rhapsody DR2

Natalia Portillo claunia at claunia.com
Fri Aug 5 16:38:53 CEST 2016

Ok Mark with 4+ patch:

Rhapsody DR1 goes further, draws spinning ball before exiting to OF.
Rhapsody DR2 goes further, stays some seconds in splash before exiting.
OS X 1.0 Server goes further, instead of instant-exit to OF, shows
different error message, changes color palette and hangs there (without
modifying framebuffer).
OS X 1.1 Server behaves same as 1.0.
OS X 1.2 Server shows splash, then exits.

None arrives kernel but, now, we are in the road :p

Logs uploaded as *_4+_serial.log.

On 04/08/16 23:21, Natalia Portillo wrote:
> http://www.rhapsodyos.org/hardware/system_requirements/system_requirements_1.html
> Seems this guy tested it on G3 beige.
> Apple even provided a patch to enable G3's cache.
> On 04/08/16 21:29, Natalia Portillo wrote:
>> I've been waiting for this since me and Jocelyn tried to boot MorphOS
>> 1.4 on OHW. There we discovered it tried to do some things on the RS232
>> registers and abandoned the idea because the peripherals emulation was
>> simply far away from working with any guest.
>> That was eons ago.
>> I can wait :p
>> On 04/08/16 21:24, BALATON Zoltan wrote:
>>> On Thu, 4 Aug 2016, Natalia Portillo wrote:
>>>> Ideally, -M tsunami, -M gossamer, so on :p
>>> Yes, but that may need some time to implement all these.
>>>> I got once Rhapsody to boot on my G3 Beige. Long ago.
>>> Then maybe try without -M mac99 as the default is -M g3beige but I'm not
>>> sure if there's any difference in OpenBIOS for those. It will have some
>>> different hardware emulated at least but at the point it failed that may
>>> not matter.
>>> Regards,
>>> BALATON Zoltan

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