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In article <160720031603495593%pecoraanvil.nrl.navy.mil>, Louis M. Pecora <pecoraanvil.nrl.navy.mil> wrote: > The subject says it all. I found that just adding the System 9 file to > the login items in OS X will not do it. System Preferences->Classic. Check "Start Classic when you log in." There you go. -- Garner R. Miller Manchester, CT =USA=...

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    Default Re: How do I make the Classic OS 9 start up when I log into OS X?

    In article <160720031603495593%pecoraanvil.nrl.navy.mil>, Louis M.
    Pecora <pecoraanvil.nrl.navy.mil> wrote:
    > The subject says it all. I found that just adding the System 9 file to
    > the login items in OS X will not do it.
    System Preferences->Classic. Check "Start Classic when you log in."
    There you go.

    --
    Garner R. Miller
    Manchester, CT =USA=
    Garner Miller Guest

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    Default Re: How do I make the Classic OS 9 start up when I log into OS X?

    In article <mjiRa.119703$ic1.2332163twister.tampabay.rr.com> , Enough
    <enoughidontcare.com> wrote:
    > What a in' idiot! Your not working on homeland 'security' r u? Or
    > maybe advising Bush on WMD?
    > Ever hear of setting a preference, moron?
    Sure. We just set one for you. Have a nice day. 8-)

    --
    Lou Pecora
    - My views are my own.
    Louis M. Pecora Guest

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    Default Re: How do I make the Classic OS 9 start up when I log into OS X?

    >> The subject says it all. I found that just adding the System 9 file to
    >> the login items in OS X will not do it.
    Even though that does not work, it sounds like many Macintosh user
    interfaces.
    > What a in' idiot! Your not working on homeland 'security' r u? Or
    > maybe advising Bush on WMD?
    >
    > Ever hear of setting a preference, moron?
    Ah ! My first killfile entry since starting to read this newsgroup.
    But I gather from the remarks of others I am not the first to make
    such a decision for that ever-so-helpful responder.
    Larry Kilgallen Guest

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    Default Re: How do I make the Classic OS 9 start up when I log into OS X?

    Louis M. Pecora wrote:
    > The subject says it all. I found that just adding the System 9 file to
    > the login items in OS X will not do it.
    >
    > Thanks for any help.
    >
    If you are certain that you wil need Classic with every login, then
    using System Preferences is fine. However this will slow the login
    process a bit.

    If not, consider ClassicSpy or some such freeware to start/stop classic.
    Some argue that there is no reason not to have classic running all the
    time though, as it does not use resources much when in the background.

    cheers.

    wheat Guest

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