Basilisk II is a free, portable, Open Source 68k Mac emulator. It requires a copy of a 512K or 1MB Mac ROM and a copy of MacOS 7.x or 8.x to run.
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Release Notes: The emulator now supports up to 1 GB of Mac memory. Mac OS idle wait is implemented so that the host processor is used only when necessary. A crash with the AppleShare extension has been fixed. SLiRP network emulation performance is improved. Ported to Mac OS X for Intel.
Release Notes: Major changes in this release included a just-in-time translation engine that converts 68040 instructions to native code (x86, x86_64), run-time resolution and depth switching, user-mode and TUN/TAP networking, text exchange through the clipboard, and a native port to Mac OS X.
Release Notes: Significant performance improvements and lots of bugfixes, native support under NetBSD/m68k, networking support for FreeBSD, audio support for IRIX, and floppy and CyberGraphX support and SCSI enhancements for AmigaOS.
Release Notes: A "host directory tree" icon on the Mac desktop for easy file exchange with the host OS, 68040 emulation, support for XFree86 VidMode and ESD, and a fix for a MacOS 8 Finder copying bug (among others).
Release Notes: Improvements on the SheepNet driver, automated detection of mounted HFS volumes, and DGA screenmode improvements.