Very interesting! Thanks for the link.
Here's the build: http://spritesmods.com/macsearm/minivmac-3.2.1-arm.tgz
From the readme:
"This is a version of minivmac hacked to compile on the arm-architecture
(under Linux) and to more or less emulate a Macintosh SE/30. It also incorporates
some code to redirect both emulated serial ports into a Linux program.
You'll need the ROM of a Macintosh SE or IIx for this to work. The
ROM file should be called MacIIx.ROM.
The serial port emulation is fairly hackish, but works as such: on startup the
emulator will start two instances of 'ttyprog.sh', one with the argument
'printer', the other with the argument 'modem'. The standard in and standard
out of te scripts get reddirected to the Macs virtual serial ports. Take a look
at the example ttyprog.sh in this directory if it isn't clear yet.
The serial port and ARM compilation are both the work of Jeroen Domburg
) and the original author of minivmac (Paul C. Pratt)
has nothing to do with it, so don't mail him with questions about this source
Someone try this!