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Disk Jockey - a simple HD image creator

djhaloeight

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I ran across this the other day. It's a simple, small application that easily creates .hda files for use with BlueSCSI/raSCSI/ZuluSCSI! You input the size and configuration you'd like, and it creates the image, and installs an Apple SCSI driver onto it for you. The Mac will then ask you to format it once in the Finder. I found it works wonderfully, and have used it to create images that I format in BasiliskII and install any applications I want. Copy it onto an SD, and it works great with my ZuluSCSI!


It was written by Jean-Michel Durand AKA OneGeekArmy for MARCHintosh 2022.

I had searched and didn't find any info about it here, so I figured I'd post it! :)
 

Powerbase

Well-known member
I ran across this the other day. It's a simple, small application that easily creates .hda files for use with BlueSCSI/raSCSI/ZuluSCSI! You input the size and configuration you'd like, and it creates the image, and installs an Apple SCSI driver onto it for you. The Mac will then ask you to format it once in the Finder. I found it works wonderfully, and have used it to create images that I format in BasiliskII and install any applications I want. Copy it onto an SD, and it works great with my ZuluSCSI!


It was written by Jean-Michel Durand AKA OneGeekArmy for MARCHintosh 2022.

I had searched and didn't find any info about it here, so I figured I'd post it! :)
I used this too. I found it and it worked perfectly.
 
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