OK, so I've got ADTPro (marvelous program!) working and am happily transferring stuff from my Hackintosh to my //e.
I saw that one of the operating systems available on ftp.apple.asimov.net is ProDOS 2.0, so I created a floppy from the "ProDOS_2_0_3.dsk" and booted from it.
Well, it is ProDOS, but that's all-- just the base OS, without the utility program ("Startup") that comes with earlier ProDOS versions.
Also, I noticed many versions of ProDOS as .SHK files. I found a Mac program that will decompress them, but they're not disk images; merely bare system files.
So, my questions are:
1. Is there a ProDOS 2.0 version of the utility software that you normally see on ProDOS 1 disks?
2. When an SHK file decompresses into simply PRODOS, can I simply copy this to an existing disk to replace the version of ProDOS already there?
3. Which Apple // OS do you guys actually use day to day? DOS 3.3 or some version of ProDOS?
Off to figure out how to actually compile a program under UCSD Pascal, when the timing of the disk swaps isn't obvious...