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First… Once we reach the “home” screen, we click on the “settings” icon. In here we will be able to choose the operating systems to be loaded. We have to make sure that the “auto-search” option is turned ON in all the operating systems, so that is why we are going to press “PLAY” in the first displayed operating system in the “net list” – in this way each system we start will be able to make a search for all the others operating systems automatically.
The *NIX operating systems are easier to configure. Mac OS, however, is more experimental and is not very stable in its current version. We have to be extra careful while making changes in its configuration, so we are going to make a new configuration called “Mac OS”, where we will be able to set the operating system to load. In order to have access to it, we will have to pay for a subscription separately.
In our first operating system, we will leave enabled the automatic search option of the others. To remove all the OS that are not in use, we have to press “play” in each of the OS that are not set to “auto-load”. We only have to do it once, after which we will have to go back for auto-load before we can go to the next step.
We click on the “settings” icon and we will see three parameters. The first is the “service name”, it is set to the same name as the multisystem. The second is “passphrase”, that is the bit that we will have to enter each time we are starting the multisystem with EMUI. The third is “passwordfile” that will contain the files with the entered passphrase. We have to make sure that they are all either in the same directory or all in the same subdirectory of the directory that the multisystem is saved.
I have the system scanner configured to launch whenever I start up the computer. Usually it takes just a few seconds. On some days it takes a minute or more. It often hangs up and I have to kill it.
This would be a quick fix if I had an iTunes shortcut/launcher, otherwise I would have to add a launch shortcut on the computer. I could not find a way to add it. I found some old Hyperbyte pages that might have had an iTunes launcher that I can try.