Getting s/w onto old system

Discussion in 'Apple' started by larwe, Apr 14, 2009.

  1. larwe

    larwe Guest

    I just acquired two Mac SEs (with hard drives, but they are not FDHD
    models - 800K floppies only) and I want to get some software onto
    them. One of them has ClarisWorks on it, so I have a terminal program
    at least.

    The only thing I'm missing is a way to encode and decode files (such
    as System 6 disk images...) to be transferred. No BinHex, no Stuffit.
    Can anyone think of a way out of this quandary? Of course, once I get
    one program (Stuffit) transferred, the rest will be easy :)
     
    larwe, Apr 14, 2009
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  2. larwe

    Guest Guest

    either get stuffit onto a floppy via another machine or get the mac
    online and download it (assuming there's comm software on it).
     
    Guest, Apr 14, 2009
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