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Is this tip possibly only for 10.1 and above...?
Authored by: WillyT on Apr 29, '02 07:43:56PM

My system is different. I have an empty Classic folder in /System/Library/ and Classic is in /System/Library/CoreServices/

Anyway you should be able to find Classic Startup somewhere in this area. Look using Sherlock or the finder or just cd and ls till you find it.

Running 10.1.4 upgraded continuously since 10.0 with only 2 reinstalls (one on advice of Apple person who couldn't help me, second for hardware upgrade) I highly recommend upgrading to 10.1 and doing the software updates to 10.1.4. You will get a more responsive system.

To use the terminal you must be resourceful. Blindly typeing following someones slightly hazy recollections will get you in trouble (especially with sudo).

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