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To start, you need to have some files in your BasiliskII folder:
The BasiliskII application, the actual emulator: http://ronaldpr.home.xs4all.nl/basilisk ... 190504.zip
The BasiliskIIGUI application, to be used for setting up and configuring BasiliskII. (I think it's also in that archive?)
A floppy disk image to boot the Mac. Download it. Unzip the file, and lock it. Select “Get Info” and check the “Locked” box. Use only this floppy image. System 7/7.5 floppy images will make you run into problems later during the installation process, because they don't allow the shared folder to appear on the desktop, see below.
A compatible ROM file. Basilisk II will not run without a compatible ROM file. If BasiliskII does not find a compatible ROM file, it will immediately quit on launch. It may be difficult to get a hold of a compatible ROM file as distributing bare ROM files violates Apple license agreements. ROM files from Quadra and Performa machines work best. Google “redundant robot sheepshaver” for downloads. A total list of ROMs and their compatibility status is here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... Dk7QDyKPY/
A keycodes file. The keycodes file is not necessary if you are using a US English QWERTY keyboard layout. This is included in the archive.
A folder shared between OSX and BasiliskII. I prefer a folder in /Users/Shared/ so we don't have permissions issues.
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I've tried adding the .dsk file to the BasiliskII folder
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