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OS X files installed into OS 9.1 directory? Install
[Editor's note: See the comment for the answer to identifying the installed files]

I took the lazy route: used a clean partition for the OS X install but used my 'everyday' System 9.1 on the other of the two partitions for the Classic environment. Now I'm rethinking this strategy, or lack thereof, and I'd like to put a minimal OS 9.1 on the same partition as OS X for the purposes of running in Classic mode. No problem there, but I'd also like to clean out my 'everyday' 9.1 of OS X files and extensions: Is there a list of these files and their locations somewhere?
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Files installed in Classic
Authored by: Anonymous on Mar 27, '01 10:34:30AM

Simply look in /System/Library/CoreServices/
there you will find CLassic Startup
If you show the packege contents, you will find in the yourlanguage.lproj
the System files, that will be added to/repalced in the Classic System Folder.
Unlike in Public Beta, theses are quite a few.
I am not sure if there is a list, but the placement is quite obvious in most cases.

Hope this helps, ralf.



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Files installed in Classic
Authored by: Anonymous on Mar 27, '01 02:10:36PM

Thanks. I'm off to clean house.

m.



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