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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:09 am 
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Meow_2004 wrote:
Hello! Couple of Things that I will try for the following:

DP2: Look at Page 59 for this error, @alex195812 I'll try your build, and try -M g3beige or whatever it's called
DP3: Will use 10.0's Disk Utility to format the disk, and try to install again.
DP4: Will try commands from previous posts
PB: Will try to find something to make it work.

To try my builds you have to be on Mac OS X,not Windows,remember?


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 6:23 am 
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@alex195812: If you have your source code available, I might be able to provide a windows build.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 7:12 am 
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Oh,it's nice to have Windows builds,too!Thanx!Here is the source: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B69bs ... HAwSkRGZ1U
The latest ProgrammingKid cocoa file(if needed): http://www.mediafire.com/file/247u52aky ... file_3.zip
Openbios binary(Old World vga,screamer,sungem and Steven's patch to support DP1/Server boot):
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B69bs ... mdIa2t0Um8 Breaks OS 9.0/9.04 boot(no fix yet).


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Here is a Windows build of that source:

http://www.open.ou.nl/hsp/downloads3/Wi ... 2-2017.zip

It contains:
-two qemu builds, one supporting gtk2 and sdl 1.2 and one supporting gtk2 and sdl 2.0
-the required openbios file
-dependencies
No qemu-img.exe or example batch file.

The cocoa GUI enhancements are of course only applicable to OSX builds.

All GUIs have issues: gtk doesn't track the mouse OK, and sdl can lead to an always on context menu. Best result when using the sdl2 build. Also remember to set program compatibility to Windows 7. You have been warned....

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fixed download link


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:22 am 
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As I know that wine 2.0 supports 64-bit applications for OS X,I've tried (just for curiousity) the sdl20 build in wine 2.0-rc6(from https://www.wine-staging.com).Had to add qemu_vga.ndrv and efi-ne2k_pci.rom(symlink).Both gtk and sdl work(at least I managed to boot my Panther system).Works slower than on host,but resolutions and sound are present(though sound delays and echoes much longer than on host).Didn't try but from my experience with 32-bit wine-qemu combination,slirp networking should work,too.I wonder if mingw64 can install and work on 64-bit wine.In 32-bit wine mingw works.


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ummmmmm, is it available for windows yet? or no?


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:09 pm 
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I may have found an issue, with ADB:

Code:
 +-o mac-io@3  <class IOPCIDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 16>
    |       +-o Heathrow  <class Heathrow, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 22>
    |         +-o via-cuda@16000  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 9>
    |         | +-o AppleVIA  <class AppleVIA, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain count 5>
    |         |   +-o cuda  <class AppleVIADevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
    |         |     +-o AppleCuda  <class AppleCuda, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 8>
    |         |       +-o IOCudaADBController  <class IOCudaADBController, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain count 8>
    |         |         +-o 2-00@2  <class IOADBDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
    |         |         | +-o AppleADBKeyboard  <class AppleADBKeyboard, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 8>
    |         |         |   +-o IOHIDSystem  <class IOHIDSystem, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 10>
    |         |         |   | +-o IOHIDUserClient  <class IOHIDUserClient, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain count 5>
    |         |         |   | +-o IOHIDParamUserClient  <class IOHIDParamUserClient, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0,
retain coun$
    |         |         |   +-o IOBSDConsole  <class IOBSDConsole, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain count 5>
    |         |         |   +-o IOHIDKeyboardDevice  <class IOHIDKeyboardDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain
count 6>
    |         |         |     +-o IOHIDLibUserClientIniter  <class IOHIDLibUserClientIniter, !registered, !matched, active, busy
0, ret$
    |         |         +-o 3-00@3  <class IOADBDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
    |         |           +-o AppleADBMouseType2  <class AppleADBMouseType2, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 7>
    |         |             +-o IOHIDPointingDevice  <class IOHIDPointingDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain
count 6>
    |         |             | +-o IOHIDLibUserClientIniter  <class IOHIDLibUserClientIniter, !registered, !matched, active, busy
0, ret$
    |         |             +-o IOHIDSystem  <class IOHIDSystem, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 10>
    |         |               +-o IOHIDUserClient  <class IOHIDUserClient, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain count 5>
    |         |               +-o IOHIDParamUserClient  <class IOHIDParamUserClient, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0,
retain coun$
    |         +-o adb  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 8>
    |         +-o keyboard@8  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
    |         +-o power-mgt  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 7>
    |         +-o nvram@60000  <


Seems to me, we should be seeing mouse@9 under adb?

Should look something like:

Code:
 +-o adb  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 8>
    |         +-o keyboard@8  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
               +-o mouse@9  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 3:04 pm 
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Would you please tell where from the code is?I cannot figure out myself.


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Meow_2004 wrote:
ummmmmm, is it available for windows yet? or no?

Yes,it is.See Cat_7's post above.


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alex195812 wrote:
Would you please tell where from the code is?I cannot figure out myself.

Alex, i'm not sure if you were replying to me, but it's an ioreg run from the command line in 10.3.9 under Qemu -M g3beige.

I thought I was on to something, but the IOReg from a Gossamer Class G3 /with ADB show the same thing, no mouse@.

Code:
+-o via-cuda@16000  <class AppleMacIODevice>
    | |   |   | | {
    | |   |   | |   "AAPL,phandle" = <ff842748>
    | |   |   | |   "name" = <"via-cuda">
    | |   |   | |   "IOInterruptControllers" = ("IOPrimaryInterruptController")
    | |   |   | |   "reg" = <0001600000002000>
    | |   |   | |   "compatible" = <"via-cuda">
    | |   |   | |   "IOInterruptSpecifiers" = (<00000012>)
    | |   |   | |   "device_type" = <"cuda">
    | |   |   | |   "IODeviceMemory" = ("IOSubMemoryDescriptor is not serializable")
    | |   |   | |   "AAPL,interrupts" = <00000012>
    | |   |   | | }
    | |   |   | |
    | |   |   | +-o AppleVIA  <class AppleVIA>
    | |   |   |   | {
    | |   |   |   |   "IONameMatch" = ("via-pmu","via-cuda")
    | |   |   |   |   "IOMatchCategory" = "IODefaultMatchCategory"
    | |   |   |   |   "IOClass" = "AppleVIA"
    | |   |   |   |   "IOProviderClass" = "AppleMacIODevice"
    | |   |   |   |   "IOProbeScore" = 0
    | |   |   |   |   "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.driver.AppleVIA"
    | |   |   |   |   "IONameMatched" = "via-cuda"
    | |   |   |   |   "vectors" = (<00000000>,<00000001>,<00000002>,<00000003>,<00000004>,<00000005>,<00000006>)
    | |   |   |   | }
    | |   |   |   |
    | |   |   |   +-o cuda  <class AppleVIADevice>
    | |   |   |     | {
    | |   |   |     |   "IOInterruptControllers" = ("VIAInterruptController","VIAInterruptController","VIAInterruptControlle$
    | |   |   |     |   "IOInterruptSpecifiers" = (<00000000>,<00000001>,<00000002>,<00000003>,<00000004>,<00000005>,<000000$
    | |   |   |     |   "name" = "cuda"
    | |   |   |     |   "IODeviceMemory" = ("IOSubMemoryDescriptor is not serializable")
    | |   |   |     | }
    | |   |   |     |
    | |   |   |     +-o AppleCuda  <class AppleCuda>
    | |   |   |       | {
    | |   |   |       |   "IOProviderClass" = "AppleVIADevice"
    | |   |   |       |   "IONameMatch" = "cuda"
    | |   |   |       |   "IOProbeScore" = 0
    | |   |   |       |   "IONameMatched" = "cuda"
    | |   |   |       |   "IOClass" = "AppleCuda"
    | |   |   |       |   "IOMatchCategory" = "IODefaultMatchCategory"
    | |   |   |       | }
    | |   |   |       |
    | |   |   |       +-o IOCudaADBController  <class IOCudaADBController>
    | |   |   |         | {
    | |   |   |         | }
    | |   |   |         |
    | |   |   |         +-o 2-05@2  <class IOADBDevice>
    | |   |   |         | | {
    | |   |   |         | |   "handler id" = 5
    | |   |   |         | |   "default handler id" = 5
    | |   |   |         | |   "default address" = 2
    | |   |   |         | |   "address" = 2
    | |   |   |         | | }
    | |   |   |         | |
    | |   |   |         | +-o AppleADBKeyboard  <class AppleADBKeyboard>
    | |   |   |         |   | {
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDInterfaceID" = 2
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDKind" = 1
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOProviderClass" = "IOADBDevice"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOProbeScore" = 1000
    | |   |   |         |   |   "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.driver.AppleADBKeyboard"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOMatchCategory" = "IODefaultMatchCategory"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOClass" = "AppleADBKeyboard"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDKeyMapping" = <00000800013901013802013b03013a040137051552414c535455455857565b5c434b517b7$
    | |   |   |         |   |   "ADBVirtualKeys" = "0x00,0x01,0x02,0x03,0x04,0x05,0x06,0x07,0x08,0x09,0x0A,0x0B,0x0C,0x0D,0x$
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDSubinterfaceID" = 5
    | |   |   |         |   |   "ADB Match" = "2"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "PowerBook fn Foward Delete" = 1
    | |   |   |         |   | }
    | |   |   |         |   |
    | |   |   |         |   +-o IOHIDSystem  <class IOHIDSystem>
    | |   |   |         |   | | {
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "HIDAutoDimTime" = <000000458c1572f9>
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "IOMatchCategory" = "IOHID"
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "IOClass" = "IOHIDSystem"
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "HIDParameters" = {"HIDStickyKeysDisabled"=<00000000>,"HIDKeyRepeat"=<0000000004f790d5>,"H$
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "HIDBrightness" = <00000040>
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "IOProviderClass" = "IOResources"
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "IOProbeScore" = 0
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "HIDAutoDimState" = <00000000>
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.iokit.IOHIDSystem"
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "IOResourceMatch" = "IOKit"
    | |   |   |         |   | |   "HIDIdleTime" = <000000004d4f4506>
    | |   |   |         |   | | }
    | |   |   |         |   | |
    | |   |   |         |   | +-o IOHIDUserClient  <class IOHIDUserClient>
    | |   |   |         |   | |   {
    | |   |   |         |   | |   }
    | |   |   |         |   | |   
    | |   |   |         |   | +-o IOHIDParamUserClient  <class IOHIDParamUserClient>
    | |   |   |         |   |     {
    | |   |   |         |   |     }
    | |   |   |         |   |     
    | |   |   |         |   +-o IOBSDConsole  <class IOBSDConsole>
    | |   |   |         |       {
    | |   |   |         |         "IOProviderClass" = "IOResources"
    | |   |   |         |         "IOProbeScore" = 0
    | |   |   |         |         "IOMatchCategory" = "IOBSDConsole"
    | |   |   |         |         "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.iokit.IOHIDSystem"
    | |   |   |         |         "IOResourceMatch" = "IOBSD"
    | |   |   |         |         "IOClass" = "IOBSDConsole"
    | |   |   |         |       }
    | |   |   |         |       
    | |   |   |         +-o 3-01@3  <class IOADBDevice>
    | |   |   |         | | {
    | |   |   |         | |   "handler id" = 1
    | |   |   |         | |   "default handler id" = 1
    | |   |   |         | |   "default address" = 3
    | |   |   |         | |   "address" = 3
    | |   |   |         | | }
    | |   |   |         | |
    | |   |   |         | +-o AppleADBMouseType4  <class AppleADBMouseType4>
    | |   |   |         |   | {
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerAccelerationType" = "HIDMouseAcceleration"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDInterfaceID" = 2
    | |   |   |         |   |   "JitterNoClick" = 1
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOPersonalityName" = "AppleADBMouseType4"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "accltpad" = <0000b0007470616400070000000000010001000000010000000020000005000123c60001000000$
    | |   |   |         |   |   "Trackpad Jitter Max delta" = 16
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerContactToMove" = <00000000>
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOProviderClass" = "IOADBDevice"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.driver.AppleADBMouse"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDKind" = 2
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerAccelerationSettings" = (<00000000>,<00002000>,<00005000>,<00008000>,<0000b000>,<$
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerResolution" = <00c80000>
    | |   |   |         |   |   "JitterNoMove" = 0
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerConvertAbsolute" = <00000000>
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOClass" = "AppleADBMouseType4"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOMatchCategory" = "IODefaultMatchCategory"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOProbeScore" = 20000
    | |   |   |         |   |   "acclAAPL" = <0000800040323030000200000000000100010000000100000001000000090000713b0000600000$
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDSubinterfaceID" = 4
    | |   |   |         |   |   "ParentKey" = "KEXTBundle?com.apple.driver.AppleADBMouse"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "ADB Match" = "3-01"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "Trackpad Jitter Milliseconds" = 750
    | |   |   |         |   | }
    | |   |   |         |   |
    | |   |   |         |   +-o IOHIDSystem  <class IOHIDSystem>
    | |   |   |         |     | {
    | |   |   |         |     |   "HIDAutoDimTime" = <000000458af98799>
    | |   |   |         |     |   "IOMatchCategory" = "IOHID"
    | |   |   |         |     |   "IOClass" = "IOHIDSystem"
    | |   |   |         |     |   "HIDParameters" = {"HIDStickyKeysDisabled"=<00000000>,"HIDKeyRepeat"=<0000000004f790d5>,"H$
    | |   |   |         |     |   "HIDBrightness" = <00000040>
    | |   |   |         |     |   "IOProviderClass" = "IOResources"
    | |   |   |         |     |   "IOProbeScore" = 0
    | |   |   |         |     |   "HIDAutoDimState" = <00000000>
    | |   |   |         |     |   "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.iokit.IOHIDSystem"
    | |   |   |         |     |   "IOResourceMatch" = "IOKit"
    | |   |   |         |     |   "HIDIdleTime" = <000000004e6b3066>
    | |   |   |         |     | }
    | |   |   |         |     |
    | |   |   |         |     +-o IOHIDUserClient  <class IOHIDUserClient>
    | |   |   |         |     |   {
    | |   |   |         |     |   }
    | |   |   |         |     |   
    | |   |   |         |     +-o IOHIDParamUserClient  <class IOHIDParamUserClient>
    | |   |   |         |         {
    | |   |   |         |         }
    | |   |   |         |         
    | |   |   |         +-o e-c0@e  <class IOADBDevice>
    | |   |   |           | {
    | |   |   |           |   "handler id" = 192
    | |   |   |           |   "default handler id" = 192
    | |   |   |           |   "default address" = 14
    | |   |   |           |   "address" = 14
    | |   |   |           | }
    | |   |   |           |
    | |   |   |           +-o AppleADBDisplay  <class AppleADBDisplay>
    | |   |   |               {
    | |   |   |                 "IOClass" = "AppleADBDisplay"
    | |   |   |                 "IOPersonalityName" = "AppleADBDisplay"
    | |   |   |                 "IOProviderClass" = "IOADBDevice"
    | |   |   |                 "modes850" = <000000dc0000008c0000009a0000009e000000aa000000d2000000d0000000fa00000106000001$
    | |   |   |                 "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.driver.AppleADBDisplay"
    | |   |   |                 "modes750" = <000000dc0000008c000000aa000000d2000000fa0000010600000118>
    | |   |   |                 "modesStudio" = <000000d20000008c000000aa>
    | |   |   |                 "ADB Match" = "*-c0"
    | |   |   |                 "adb4Modes" = "modes850"
    | |   |   |                 "IOMatchCategory" = "IODefaultMatchCategory"
    | |   |   |                 "IOProbeScore" = 2000
    | |   |   |                 "adb1Modes" = "modes750"
    | |   |   |                 "adb2Modes" = "modes750"
    | |   |   |                 "adb3Modes" = "modes850"
    | |   |   |                 "ParentKey" = "KEXTBundle?com.apple.driver.AppleADBDisplay"
    | |   |   |                 "adb5Modes" = "modes750"
    | |   |   |                 "adb6Modes" = "modesStudio"
    | |   |   |               }
    | |   |   |               
    | |   |   +-o adb@0,0  <class AppleMacIODevice>
    | |   |   |   {
    | |   |   |     "AAPL,phandle" = <ff843628>
    | |   |   |     "AAPL,connector" = <"adb">
    | |   |   |     "device_type" = <"adb">
    | |   |   |     "name" = <"adb">
    | |   |   |     "compatible" = <"adb">
    | |   |   |   }
    | |   |   |   
    | |   |   +-o keyboard@0,0  <class AppleMacIODevice>
    | |   |   |   {
    | |   |   |     "reg" = <000000000000000000000000>
    | |   |   |     "AAPL,phandle" = <ff843740>
    | |   |   |     "device_type" = <"keyboard">
    | |   |   |     "name" = <"keyboard">
    | |   |   |     "IODeviceMemory" = ("IOGeneralMemoryDescriptor is not serializable")
    | |   |   |   }
    | |   |   |   
    | |   |   +-o power-mgt@0,0  <class AppleMacIODevice>
    | |   |       {
    | |   |         "reg" = <000000000000000000000000>
    | |   |         "AAPL,phandle" = <ff8448a0>
    | |   |         "device_type" = <"power-mgt">
    | |   |         "name" = <"power-mgt">
    | |   |         "IODeviceMemory" = ("IOGeneralMemoryDescriptor is not serializable")
    | |   |         "compatible" = <"power-mgt">


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I see it there:
Code:
| |   |   |         | +-o AppleADBMouseType4  <class AppleADBMouseType4>
    | |   |   |         |   | {
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerAccelerationType" = "HIDMouseAcceleration"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDInterfaceID" = 2
    | |   |   |         |   |   "JitterNoClick" = 1
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOPersonalityName" = "AppleADBMouseType4"

And in the first ioreg list:
Code:
0, ret$
    |         |         +-o 3-00@3  <class IOADBDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
    |         |           +-o AppleADBMouseType2  <class AppleADBMouseType2, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 7>
    |         |             +-o IOHIDPointingDevice  <class IOHIDPointingDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain
count 6>

And anyway,the mouse actually works in 10.3.9,doesn't it?
By the way,adb mouse doesn't work in DP1,Leopard(in later adb-kbd doesn't work,too) and works "crazy" in OS 9.For Leopard,ozbenh made the fixes,but they are tied with new mac99p profile.His changes are present in August Cat_7's build,but are missing in mine.ozbenh repo is here: https://github.com/ozbenh/qemu If it were possible to "extact" adb-related changes and to apply them to mac99/g3beige,then,maybe...


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 3:59 pm 
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alex195812 wrote:
I see it there:
Code:
| |   |   |         | +-o AppleADBMouseType4  <class AppleADBMouseType4>
    | |   |   |         |   | {
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDPointerAccelerationType" = "HIDMouseAcceleration"
    | |   |   |         |   |   "HIDInterfaceID" = 2
    | |   |   |         |   |   "JitterNoClick" = 1
    | |   |   |         |   |   "IOPersonalityName" = "AppleADBMouseType4"

And in the first ioreg list:
Code:
0, ret$
    |         |         +-o 3-00@3  <class IOADBDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>
    |         |           +-o AppleADBMouseType2  <class AppleADBMouseType2, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 7>
    |         |             +-o IOHIDPointingDevice  <class IOHIDPointingDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain
count 6>

And anyway,the mouse actually works in 10.3.9,doesn't it?


Yes, it works fine, I was trying to track down why it doesn't work in OS X Sever 1.x.

Look under +-o adb:

Code:
 +-o adb  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 8>
    |         +-o keyboard@8  <class AppleMacIODevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain count 6>


Then look at the Open Firmware device tree, from my picture, mouse@9 should be in the IOReg too, because it exists in the device tree of Open Firmware, but OS X must destroy that entry when it loads the Kernel, likely because ADB keyboards have a ADB port on them for the mouse.

Doesn't really matter, if the IOreg from a real mac doesn't have it, as I posted about the Gossamer class, then I was just leading us down a dead end anyway. However, the Gossamer class IOReg keyboard@0, not keybord@8, so there maybe something to that.

I'm trying to track down, in Qemu's source code, where this is set, if it is hard coded in the source code, I'd like to try and change it, so the keyboard is @0,0 not @9, but I'm not sure it matters.


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I made a little hack to the Qemu source code, so no adb kbd/m was in the device tree:

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But, when I boot Server, it still registers an adb kbd/m

Image

So, either BootX, or the Kernel is hardcoded to create this in the device tree, so it may not be unreasonable to expect that these devices need to be @0,0, rather than @9.

I can't find anywhere in the Qemu source code that hardcodes these devices to be @9( kbd ) and @8( mouse ), but that doesn't mean it isn't there, I may have just not found it yet.


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I seem to recall that the mouse and keyboard are hardcoded into the kernel. BootX allows an override, which is what allows for USB interfaces to connect, but the kernel is looking for ADB at a specific location. I remember getting really confused about this when I was adding multiple mice and assigning them via OpenFirmware didn't seem to make any difference once the kernel loaded. Your investigations appear to bear this out.


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How do you set compatibility mode to Windows 7? For alex195812's build


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darthnvader wrote:
I made a little hack to the Qemu source code, so no adb kbd/m was in the device tree:

Image

But, when I boot Server, it still registers an adb kbd/m

Image

So, either BootX, or the Kernel is hardcoded to create this in the device tree, so it may not be unreasonable to expect that these devices need to be @0,0, rather than @9.

I can't find anywhere in the Qemu source code that hardcodes these devices to be @9( kbd ) and @8( mouse ), but that doesn't mean it isn't there, I may have just not found it yet.


I am not the right person to be trying to explain this, but it looks like CUDA (timing perhaps?) is responsible for the keyboard/mouse not working. Figuring this out requires a deep dive into the roughly contemporary kernel source http://vpsland.superglobalmegacorp.com/old/install/OS%20X%20PowerPC/Darwin-0.3.tar.gz and knowledge of a lot of low level CUDA specifics and how to debug them in qemu. You'll want to be recompiling qemu and probably openbios with a bunch of extra logging added just to get a start at this.

mach remaps all the adb devices at boot, so the IDs shouldn't matter. From what I can see, adb absolutely is functioning to some extent, but the emulation may not be correct enough for this version of mach in Server 1.x to accept it.

Extra eyes would surely be appreciated, but know going in that this doesn't seem like it's a trivial fix. There's been an off-forum discussion going on about this for the last couple weeks as we try and upstream changes to openbios :smile:


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How do I set compatibility mode to Windows 7, using alex's build?


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right click qemu program -> properties -> compatibility -> check "run this program in compatibility mode for" and select Windows 7. Click OK.


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Thanks! Will try these out on Saturday!


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steventroughtonsmith wrote:
darthnvader wrote:
Extra eyes would surely be appreciated, but know going in that this doesn't seem like it's a trivial fix. There's been an off-forum discussion going on about this for the last couple weeks as we try and upstream changes to openbios :smile:

Could you please point to the place where the discussion is going on?


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Wow.

1 word to say on how much progress QEMU has been going through for the past few years.
We can run pretty much almost anything from QEMU, which is really cool.
I just wanna say Thank You for making QEMU better, and to making these OS's work


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alex195812 wrote:
steventroughtonsmith wrote:
darthnvader wrote:
Extra eyes would surely be appreciated, but know going in that this doesn't seem like it's a trivial fix. There's been an off-forum discussion going on about this for the last couple weeks as we try and upstream changes to openbios :smile:

Could you please point to the place where the discussion is going on?


e-mail :lol:


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Quick Question:

You can boot server, but the only problem is the mouse and keyboard, right?


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Yes,it is.A tough problem for now.


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Ohhhhhhhh, cool. :)

Today you can now boot:

DP1(?)
DP2
DP3
DP4
Public Beta
Server 1.0, (kind of, mouse and keyboard don't work)
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4(?)
10.5 (with mac99p)

(?) means maybe


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