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- Student Driver
- Posts: 11
- Joined: Sun Sep 11, 2016 6:35 am
The Classic Environment ROM contains these 68k drivers, which I have not found anywhere else:
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type=DRVR id=-21691 name=.APD src=Rsrc/DRVR_-21691_APD
type=DRVR id=-21692 name=.Wacom src=Rsrc/DRVR_-21692_Wacom
type=DRVR id=-21693 name=.BlueBoxSoundIn src=Rsrc/DRVR_-21693_BlueBoxSoundIn
type=DRVR id=-21719 name=.ClassicMouse src=Rsrc/DRVR_-21719_ClassicMouse
Do any of these look suitable?
Alternatively, we could prepare a code fragment with the same functionality as KanjiTalk755's excellent application above. Similarly to the VGA driver, this fragment could be loaded by adding it to the device tree as a property. To function as a standalone fragment rather than a native driver, it could be inserted as a "pef,AAPL,MacOS,PowerPC,prepare" property with an accompanying "code,AAPL,MacOS,name" property.
- Space Cadet
- Posts: 1
- Joined: Mon Apr 20, 2020 4:08 am
@kanjitalk755 do you need both your forked version of QEMU and your MacOS 9 binary to have absolute pointer support?
I am trying to get absolute pointer support working in https://github.com/utmapp/UTM
(iOS QEMU) in order to use 9.2.2 on my iPad but am having bad luck with just the USBTablet app not doing anything.
It appears to open in the Guest OS but mouse pointer never ends up working.
- Mac Mechanic
- Posts: 153
- Joined: Thu Nov 09, 2017 12:06 pm
You can use regular QEMU.
I tested under macOS10.15.5 and QEMU5.0.0, USBTablet app works well.
- Forum All-Star
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Snizort, do you have any better luck using USB Overdrive?