08/01/2002 from PC
Currently I'm revising the web pages to make them more up to date after a long
time, so expect to see some changes soon.
11/26/99 from Weston
It seems that I'm the only one who updates the vMac web site any more. Well,
I just wanted to let everyone know about the new free Mac emulator project,
Mace. Still in the
development stage, but it will never require the MacOS or a Macintosh ROM!
9/6/99 from Weston
We have just been informed that vMac's mascot, vDude, is part of the Linux Montage Project. Click here to see a slightly modified
version that makes vDude easier to find. Look at the bottom right corner
for the blue circle around vDude.
7/5/99 from Weston
Now that the
SETI@Home web site is fixed (it was recently hacked by "aliens"), I would like to
invite everyone to join team
vMac. SETI@Home is not at all related to vMac or Macintosh emulation, but it's
an interesting project that a lot of the other open source people are participating
6/16/99 from Weston
Good news! Just as we suspected, that virus scare was a false alarm. There is
a bug in Cheyenne Anti-Virus which makes it claim that DJGPP programs are
infected with the "Cold3927" virus, when in fact they are not. So, the DOS
port is clean and I have put it back online.
6/16/99 from Weston
I have taken the binary distribution of the DOS port (version 0.1.9.5)
temporarily offline because a user reported that it contained the virus
"cold3927". At this time it looks like a false alarm, but I will leave
it offline until we are completely sure of that. Both the DOS and Windows
ports are free of known viruses according to Symantec Anti-Virus 5.0 using
the latest virus definitions (dated 6/7/99), but it's Cheyenne Anti-Virus
that reportedly found this virus.
6/1/99 from Adam
No, we're not dead. Over the next few days I'll be updating things,
gathering information, and posting it here. Sorry about the long delays in updating
the site, I was too busy moving around the country (still have to move again in a few
months) to do much of anything. But I have some free time now, so I figured I'd
do something other than sit on my butt :). Check back often!
4/26/99 from Weston
Michael Samuel and myself have just implemented support for the Gemulator
ROM board in the Unix port of vMac. I have released it as version 0.1.9.3.
You may download the source from the downloads section. There is no binary
distribution at this time, so you will have to compile the source yourself.