A Macintosh II emulator that runs A/UX (and A/UX only).
Shoebill is an all-new, BSD-licensed Macintosh II emulator designed from the ground up with the singular goal of running A/UX.
Shoebill requires a Macintosh II, IIx or IIcx ROM, and a disk image with A/UX installed.
Update (Sept 13, 2015): Shoebill 0.0.5 is available
This will probably be the last release. I won't be able to work on Shoebill going forward (by contractual obligation), so I wanted to race out one last release. Only an OS X binary is available, sorry, and it's very unpolished. But the SDL GUI should still build on linux/windows.
- A/UX 1.1.1 through 3.1 (and 3.1.1 a little)
- 68020 CPU (mostly)
- 68881 FPU (mostly)
- 68851 PMMU (just enough to boot A/UX)
- Ethernet (via emulated Apple EtherTalk/DP8390 card)
- A NuBus video card with 24-bit depth.
Does not implement (yet)
- Serial ports