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Norman Apr 1, 2000 03:55 PM
OS 9 & Bugdom
The Bugdom program I had after installing OS 9 Int. English version is gone after a clean install of the US version. I cannot locate this program anywhere on the install CD. Does anyone know where to look on the CD?
 
RawHide Apr 2, 2000 12:53 AM
Bugdom can be found in the "Applications" folder on your software install disk.
 
Norman Apr 2, 2000 01:58 AM
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Originally posted by RawHide:
Bugdom can be found in the "Applications" folder on your software install disk.
The applications folder is not visible on the CD. An extensive search via sherlock 2 for anything remotely resembling bugdom and applications has failed to turn up the file. I can't imagine that the file would be hidden. What to do?

 
RawHide Apr 2, 2000 03:04 AM
Norman,

If you are looking for Bugdom on an OS 9.0 disk you won't find it.

I believe Bugdom was only included on the current iMac software install disks. (Not to be confused with the Software restore disk).

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Norman Apr 2, 2000 03:45 AM
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Originally posted by RawHide:
Norman,

If you are looking for Bugdom on an OS 9.0 disk you won't find it.

I believe Bugdom was only included on the current iMac software install disks. (Not to be confused with the Software restore disk).

I may be wrong, but I believe that I first had the program on my iMac (now a year old) after installing OS 9. IŽll check of course. Or perhaps I am totally confused. Thanks for your help.

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slboett Apr 2, 2000 03:11 PM
It's a seperate CD (iMacs) and it's part of the "restore"

Scott
 
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