Mac bz2.) I started off by launching the Sheep Shaver GUI program, which is a graphical program used to configure Sheep Shaver’s settings as well as make the disk images that Sheep Shaver uses to boot off of.
Sheep Shaver is a Power PC Mac emulator that originally started out on Be OS, but later got ported to Linux and Darwin as well.
Sheep Shaver is an open source project designed to emulate Power Mac hardware with versions for Mac OS X, Linux, Windows, and more.
In order to make it work, you need to download a copy appropriate for your hardware and operating system, have handy a copy of the Mac operating system (versions 7.5.2 through 9.0.4 – and not a copy that’s tied to a specific piece of hardware), and access to a Mac ROM image.
The Mac started up, realized the disk image had no OS, and booted from my CD, where I ran through the installer just like on a real Mac.
A restart later, I went through the installation assistant.