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Tue Jan 29, 2019 6:52 pm
morgant wrote:I'd like to introduce a new, open source command line utility for packaging, managing, and running BasiliskII "VMs": https://github.com/morgant/basiliskiivm.
While I haven't officially released the first version yet, it currently supports the following features:
- Running a .BasiliskIIVM (BasiliskII prefs, ROM, disks, and keyboard file packaged into a single directory)
- Creating multiple snapshots of disks
- Some general info/management
There are additional features coming, but there's not much left to implement. It's written in Bash, so should be portable across multiple versions of Mac OS X/OS X/macOS, plus various Linux/BSD/UNIX OSes. The .BasiliskIIVM package format is intended to be easily transferable and portable across OSes.
I have to admit that I wasn't aware of Medusa when I tossed this together today, but I do like having scriptable command line utilities.
Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:29 pm
adespoton wrote:It's worth pointing out that Windows 10 supports Bash now too, although the script may not include all the checks required to make it run under Windows 10.