Apple Power Macintosh 8500/120 Series User`s manual

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Welcome to Rhapsody
Welcome to the developer release of Apple’s next-generation OS, code-named
“Rhapsody.” The developer release provides an early look at the technologies
that will provide a strong and flexible computing environment for users in
high-end markets.
System requirements
To use this version of Rhapsody, you must have one of the following
computers:
m Power Macintosh 9500/120, 132, 150, 180, 180MP, or 200
m Power Macintosh 8500/120, 132, 150, or 180
m Power Macintosh 9600/200, 200MP, or 233
m Power Macintosh 8600/200
Note: Only one processor is utilized on multi-processor (MP) computers.
Your computer must have
m at least 32 MB of RAM (48 MB recommended)
m internal video, or Apple-supplied IMS or ATI video card
m a 750 MB hard disk
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Supported configurations
This chart summarizes which hardware and features are supported by the
developer release of Rhapsody.
Supported
Not Supported
CD-ROM drive
√
–
Monitor
single monitor only
√
–
Ethernet TCP/IP
√
–
SCSI hard disk
√
–
Printing
PS Ethernet only
√
–
Mouse
one and two-button
√
–
Removable storage
√
–
Floppy drive
√*
–
AppleTalk
–
√
Serial port
–
√
Driver Development Kit
–
√
* In this version of Rhapsody, media formats, including floppy disks, are not compatible across hardware platforms,
Mac OS, or OpenStep.
This version of Rhapsody supports the internal video of Power Macintosh
8500 and 8600 models, and the IMS and ATI video cards supplied by Apple
with Power Macintosh 9500 and 9600 models. Other video cards, video out
on Power Macintosh 8500 and 8600 models, and multiple monitors are not
supported.
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Chapter 1
Before you begin
To install Rhapsody you need a 750 MB (minimum) hard disk. If you
will be using both the Mac OS and Rhapsody on the same computer, it’s
recommended that you install Rhapsody on an external hard disk. For
the easiest installation, it’s best if you can set aside one entire hard disk
for Rhapsody.
If you want to install both Rhapsody and the Mac OS on one hard disk, which
is not recommended, then you must use a Mac OS utility to partition the disk
into at least two Mac OS (HFS) partitions. One of the partitions must be at
least 600 MB. That partition will be reformatted and used by the Rhapsody
Installer. The other partitions will not be altered.
When you partition the disk, note the number of the partition you want to use
for Rhapsody. The Installer might not display HFS volume names, depending
on the formatting utility you use, so writing down the partition number now
will help you choose the right partition later.
WARNING In this version of Rhapsody, you cannot install on the
last partition of a drive formatted with LaCie SilverLining. To resolve
this problem, either install Rhapsody on any other partition, or use
SilverLining to divide the last partition into a large HFS partition and
a very small partition. The small partition will be ignored, but
will claim the last spot on the partition map. Alternatively, follow
the recommendation of installing Rhapsody on a dedicated external
hard disk.
Welcome to Rhapsody
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Configure your Mac OS monitor settings
With this version of Rhapsody, you use the Mac OS Monitors & Sound
control panel to set your monitor to the resolution and color depth you want
to use when you’re using Rhapsody.
If you have an AppleVision monitor, make sure the monitor’s ADB cable is
connected to the ADB port on the back of the computer. If you don’t do this,
the monitor may have a black screen when you start up with Rhapsody. (See
Chapter 4, “Troubleshooting,” if this occurs.) See your AppleVision user’s
manual for information about connecting the ADB cable.
Arrange your SCSI devices
With this version of Rhapsody, adding or removing SCSI devices after
installation can cause Rhapsody’s device numbering system to change. If this
happens, you will be asked to specify a device number when you start the
computer.
To avoid this, it is strongly recommended that you do the following:
m Remove any “extra” devices that you don’t need to use with this computer.
m Make sure that the disk where you’re installing Rhapsody is the lowestnumbered device in your external SCSI chain.
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Chapter 1
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Installing Rhapsody
Read this chapter for instructions on installing the software code-named
“Rhapsody.”
IMPORTANT Be sure that you’ve read and followed all the steps discussed in
Chapter 1 before continuing.
1
Insert the CD in your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2
Shut down your computer.
3
Make sure the Caps Lock key is not pressed.
4
Turn on your computer while holding down the C key on your keyboard.
Your computer starts up from the CD-ROM disc. Continue holding down the
C key on your keyboard until you see “Welcome to Mac OS.”
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When you see “Welcome to Mac OS,” press the Caps Lock key.
The Mac OS will continue starting up, but shortly after the QuickTime
extension loads your computer will restart and begin loading the Rhapsody
Mach OS.
Various diagnostic messages will appear on your screen while the OS loads.
Unless you encounter problems during installation, you can ignore the
diagnostic messages displayed throughout installation and startup.
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Selecting the destination hard disk
1
Enter 1 to begin the installation.
2
Enter the number displayed next to the destination disk you want to use.
Initializing the hard disk
After you’ve selected a disk, you are asked if you want to use the whole disk
or partition for Rhapsody, or whether you want to set aside a portion of the
disk for Mac OS files.
Using the entire disk
Note: This is the recommended option.
WARNING All files and information on the selected disk will be erased
during the installation process.
1
Enter 1 to use the entire disk for Rhapsody.
2
If you want to be able to access this disk from the Mac OS, enter Y to create an HFS
(Mac OS) partition.
Creating this small Mac OS partition will allow the disk to be recognized by
the Finder if you start the computer using the Mac OS. Also, the Installer will
install some Rhapsody documentation onto this partition so you can access
the documentation while using the Mac OS.
After you confirm your selections, the hard disk is initialized. This process
takes a few minutes.
Using a pre-existing partition
If you created an HFS partition of at least 600 MB, as described in
Chapter 1, choose this option. If you partitioned the hard disk using LaCie
SilverLining, be sure you have read the partitioning information in Chapter 1
before you continue.
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Chapter 2
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Enter 2 to use a portion of the hard disk for Rhapsody.
The available partitions are listed on the screen. If a partition is too small
for installation, it is omitted from the list. If there are no acceptable HFS
partitions, you see an error message. Refer to Chapter 1 for information about
preparing your hard disk.
2
Select a partition to use for Rhapsody.
WARNING All files on the selected partition will be erased during the
installation process.
3
Enter Y to create an HFS (Mac OS) partition.
The partition will be created during installation and will contain
documentation that you can access while using the Mac OS.
After you confirm your selections, the hard disk is initialized. This process
takes a few minutes.
Installing the core OS
After the hard disk is initialized, you’re ready to install the files for the
Rhapsody Mach OS.
1
Enter 1 to begin the installation.
2
Make sure the Caps Lock key is not pressed.
IMPORTANT This step ensures that your computer will restart with Rhapsody
after this phase of the installation process.
3
When prompted, press the Return key to restart your computer.
Installing Rhapsody
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Installing the Rhapsody packages
1
If you are not connected to a NetInfo (Rhapsody) network, enter Y to start up the
computer in non-network mode.
If your computer is connected to a NetInfo network, the computer
automatically starts up in network mode.
IMPORTANT After the computer starts up, the Install Rhapsody dialog box
appears. It may take a few moments for this dialog box to appear. Do not
restart or turn off your computer.
2
Select all the packages you want to install.
Note: It’s recommended that you install all the packages. With this version of
the Installer, you cannot reinstall additional packages later.
3
Click Install to begin the installation.
WARNING Don’t click Quit or Stop while installing Rhapsody or you
may leave your hard disk in an unusable state and have to start the
installation from the beginning.
When the installation is finished, a message appears on the screen.
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Click Restart.
Starting Rhapsody
When your computer restarts, you see a blue screen with a menu bar. After
a moment, the Rhapsody welcome screen appears. There may be a long
delay before the welcome screen first appears. Do not turn off or restart your
computer.
You’re asked to configure the language and keyboard options. (In this version,
English is the only available language.)
m Select a keyboard layout, then click OK.
After a moment, the installation process is complete and the Rhapsody
workspace appears.
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Chapter 2
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Getting Started With Rhapsody
Read this chapter to learn more about the software code-named “Rhapsody.”
Assigning passwords
Rhapsody is a multi-user operating system. That is, Rhapsody users must log
in with a user name and password before they can access the computer.
Initially, you are logged in as the user “me,” and the File Manager window
opens showing your home folder.
If you do not assign a password to the me account, Rhapsody automatically
logs you in as “me” every time you start the computer. In order to display the
Login dialog box at startup, so you can log in with a different account, you
must assign a password to the me account.
You assign passwords using the Preferences application located in the
/NextApps folder.
1
In the File Manager window, click the button to the right of the “home” button to move to
the root folder.
2
Open the NextApps folder.
3
Double-click the Preferences.App icon.
4
Click the Password button, then enter a password.
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The password you specify is for the account you’re currently using. In this
example, you’re assigning a password to the me account.
To create additional Rhapsody accounts, follow the steps above to assign the
me account a password, then log out and log back in with the account “root”.
There is no default password assigned to the root account. You should assign
the root account a password, particularly if your computer is available for
network access, because the root account is able to read, change, or delete all
files on your computer. To assign a password, log in as “root,” then click the
Password button in the Preferences application.
If you want to create other accounts, use the User Manager application
located in the /NextAdmin folder. For help, refer to the NextAdmin
documentation installed in the /NextLibrary folder.
WARNING This version of Rhapsody has not been security-qualified
and is not recommended for deployment on the Internet or other
public-access networks.
Switching between Rhapsody and the Mac OS
Switching to the Mac OS
1
In the File Manager, choose Log Out from the File menu.
2
Click the Power Off button.
3
After the computer turns off, press the Caps Lock key.
On some keyboards, you may need to hold down the Caps Lock key.
4
Turn on the computer.
5
When you see “Welcome to Mac OS,” release the Caps Lock key.
IMPORTANT If you don’t release the Caps Lock key, the computer will restart
with Rhapsody when the Rhapsody control panel loads.
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Chapter 3
Switching to Rhapsody
To switch from the Mac OS to Rhapsody, you must install the Rhapsody
control panel on your Mac OS system. You’ll use the Rhapsody control
panel to switch between starting up with the Mac OS and starting up
with Rhapsody.
To install the control panel, drag it from the Rhapsody CD to the Mac OS
System Folder. Then choose Control Panels from the Apple (K) menu, and
choose Rhapsody from the submenu.
Click if you’re
installing on
the Mac OS
internal disk.
Enter the SCSI device
number of the disk where
you’re installing Rhapsody.
Click if you’re
installing on an
internal disk.
Click to save your
settings, then close the
control panel window.
After you’ve installed and configured the Rhapsody control panel, follow
these steps to switch from the Mac OS to Rhapsody:
1
Press the Caps Lock key.
2
Choose Restart from the Special menu.
3
When the computer starts up with Rhapsody, release the Caps Lock key.
Getting Started With Rhapsody
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For more information
The Rhapsody for Power Macintosh Computers CD disc includes
documentation that is accessible from the Mac OS. Additionally, the
Rhapsody Installer places documentation files on the HFS partition of the
Rhapsody hard disk, if you choose to create the partition during installation.
Also, there is extensive documentation in the /NextLibrary folder of your
Rhapsody hard disk. Developer documentation and sample applications are
installed in the /NextDeveloper folder.
Updates and news on the Internet
Updates to the documentation, additional documentation, tips, patches, and
demo applications and code are available on the Apple Developer World Web
site, located at the following address:
http://devworld.apple.com/
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Chapter 3
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Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems when installing or using the software code-named
Rhapsody, read this chapter for solutions.
Why can’t I set the screen resolution?
In this version of Rhapsody you must set the monitor resolution and color
depth using the Mac OS Monitors & Sound control panel. This stores the
monitor settings in parameter RAM so Rhapsody can read and utilize them.
Why is my monitor screen black?
If you have an unsupported video card in your computer, you may need to
remove it—even if no monitor is attached to the card.
If you have an AppleVision monitor, the monitor’s ADB cable must be
connected to the ADB port on the back of the computer. See your
AppleVision user’s manual for information on properly connecting the
monitor to the computer.
If the screen is black when you restart, follow these steps:
1
Press Command-Power, then press the H key on your keyboard.
This will halt Rhapsody.
2
Press Command-Control-Power to restart the computer.
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3
After the startup tone, press Command-Option-P-R until you hear the startup tone again.
Parameter RAM (PRAM) is reset and the computer starts up with the Mac
OS. Use the Monitors & Sound control panel to adjust the monitor settings.
You should also reset the date and time and AppleTalk preferences.
Why can’t I switch between Mac OS and Rhapsody?
When you switch to the Mac OS from Rhapsody, make sure you release the
Caps Lock key when you see “Welcome to Mac OS.” If you leave the Caps
Lock key down, the computer will restart with Rhapsody when the Rhapsody
control panel loads.
Also, make sure you enter the SCSI device number of your Rhapsody hard
disk in the Rhapsody control panel.
See “Switching Between Rhapsody and the Mac OS” in Chapter 3 for
more information.
Tip: If you can’t get back to the Mac OS any other way, restart the computer
while pressing Command-Option-P-R.
How do I force quit an application in Rhapsody?
Switch to the File Manager, then choose Processes from the Tools menu.
Select the program you want to stop and click the Kill button.
How do I restart Rhapsody?
Switch to the File Manager, then choose Log Out from the File menu.
Click Restart.
You can also press Command-Power, then enter H to stop Rhapsody, R to
restart, or C to cancel and continue working.
How do I transfer my files from Prelude to Rhapsody or OpenStep?
In this version of Rhapsody, the media format, including floppy disks, is not
compatible between hardware platforms, Mac OS, or OpenStep. To transfer
files from other systems, use the “tar” utility to archive the files together, then
transfer the archive file to your Rhapsody computer using FTP. Or, copy the
tar archive file to an external HFS-format disk and move the disk to the other
computer. For information on using “tar,” open the Terminal application and
enter “man tar.”
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Chapter 4
How do I view diagnostic messages during startup?
Hold down the V key on your keyboard to start up the computer in
“verbose” mode.
How do I reinstall Rhapsody?
To reinstall Rhapsody, you need to restart your computer using the CDROM.When the computer is set to start up using Rhapsody, it cannot use the
CD as the startup disk.
In order to start up from the CD, switch to the Mac OS, then restart the
computer while holding down the C key on your keyboard, as described in
Chapter 2.
If the Mac OS is not installed on your computer, insert the CD, then restart
the computer while pressing Command-Option-P-R. After you hear the
second start up tone, release these keys, then immediately hold down the C
key to start up the computer from the Rhapsody CD-ROM disc.
WARNING With this version of Rhapsody, reinstalling the software will
erase all files on the Rhapsody hard disk or partition.
Troubleshooting
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Acknowledgments
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Rhapsody
Developer Release
Installation manual for Power Macintosh computers
K Apple Computer, Inc.
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Contents
1 Welcome to Rhapsody
System requirements
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Supported configurations
Before you begin
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Configure your Mac OS monitor settings
Arrange your SCSI devices
2 Installing Rhapsody
4
5
Selecting the destination hard disk
Initializing the hard disk
6
Using a pre-existing partition
Installing the core OS
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6
Using the entire disk
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Installing the Rhapsody packages
Starting Rhapsody
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3 Getting Started With Rhapsody
Assigning passwords
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9
Switching between Rhapsody and the Mac OS
Switching to the Mac OS
Switching to Rhapsody
For more information
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Updates and news on the Internet
4 Troubleshooting
Acknowledgments
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