I have a virtual disk image file os9000-xibase.img and Windows can't read it nor mount it.
With ImDisk Virtual Disk, I'm able to mount it, but not read it, because it is a Random Block File System disk image of 'Microware os-9 (which is now maintained by Radisys)'. Edit: Qemu image
I was wondering if there was any tool available to make RBF discs/diskettes readable in a file-manager like windows explorer.
I found 2 tools: OS9Max, but that is through a terminal and costs money.
The other tool I found was for Linux 2.6, but I couldn't get it to compile, can somebody else get it to work?
Does anyone know an Explorer-like tool, to help me view the contents of this RBF Image? Edit: Qemu image
Edit: The link I got it from was: http://lsw.ee.hm.edu/~tasin/qemu-and-os9000/OS9000-4.9_on_QEmu-with-XiBase9_en.zip
It turns out it was very easy to run, once entered xb , it looks exactly like windows XP, It was a Qemu image, thus a virtual harddrive, not an installer.