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Rhapsody is the code name given to the project to port [[OPENSTEP]]/[[NeXTSTEP]] to the Macintosh PowerPC platform. The first developer releases of Rhapsody also supported x86 before being dropped prior to Rhapsody being shipped as [[Mac OS X Server]].
 
Rhapsody is the code name given to the project to port [[OPENSTEP]]/[[NeXTSTEP]] to the Macintosh PowerPC platform. The first developer releases of Rhapsody also supported x86 before being dropped prior to Rhapsody being shipped as [[Mac OS X Server]].
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==Supported Hardware==
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Which computer systems are supported by the Rhapsody Developer Release for Power Macintosh?
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The Rhapsody Developer Release for Power Macintosh supports Power Macintosh 8500 and 8600 systems as well as Power Macintosh 9500 and 9600 systems which use an Apple supplied display video card.
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The systems which are officially supported, include Power Macintosh:
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* 8500/120,8500/132,8500/150,8500/180 8600/200, 8600/300, 9500/120,9500/132,9500/150,9500/180,9500/180MP*, 9500/200, 9600/200,9600/200MP*,9600/233, 9600/300, 9600/350
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This multiprocessor model will support the Rhapsody Developer Release but will make use of only one processor. (Some unqualified systems may run Rhapsody Developer Release for
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Power Macintosh)
  
 
= Manuals =
 
= Manuals =
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=Notes=
 
=Notes=
 
* Rhapsody DR2 will not boot on a [[Power Macintosh 7300]] even though the installer works. Use DR1 instead on this model.
 
* Rhapsody DR2 will not boot on a [[Power Macintosh 7300]] even though the installer works. Use DR1 instead on this model.
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* Hold down the "s" key during power on to boot into single user mode.
  
 
=See Also=
 
=See Also=

Revision as of 16:02, 10 July 2019

Apple Rhapsody

Rhapsody is the code name given to the project to port OPENSTEP/NeXTSTEP to the Macintosh PowerPC platform. The first developer releases of Rhapsody also supported x86 before being dropped prior to Rhapsody being shipped as Mac OS X Server.

Supported Hardware

Which computer systems are supported by the Rhapsody Developer Release for Power Macintosh?

The Rhapsody Developer Release for Power Macintosh supports Power Macintosh 8500 and 8600 systems as well as Power Macintosh 9500 and 9600 systems which use an Apple supplied display video card.

The systems which are officially supported, include Power Macintosh:

  • 8500/120,8500/132,8500/150,8500/180 8600/200, 8600/300, 9500/120,9500/132,9500/150,9500/180,9500/180MP*, 9500/200, 9600/200,9600/200MP*,9600/233, 9600/300, 9600/350

This multiprocessor model will support the Rhapsody Developer Release but will make use of only one processor. (Some unqualified systems may run Rhapsody Developer Release for Power Macintosh)

Manuals

Notes

  • Rhapsody DR2 will not boot on a Power Macintosh 7300 even though the installer works. Use DR1 instead on this model.
  • Hold down the "s" key during power on to boot into single user mode.

See Also