IBIS on Mac OS 9

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stargazer
IBIS on Mac OS 9

I am currently configuring iMac's with OS9 for Wright State University faculty and their high school aged children at Wright State University. I have access to a large supply of iMac's at a cost of only $19.95 apiece. I will be providing the iMac's to faculty and staff having high school children at my costs.

I am currently configuring iMac's with OS9 for Wright State University faculty and their high school aged children at Wright State University. I have access to a large supply of iMac's at a cost of only $19.95 apiece. I will be providing the iMac's to faculty and staff having high school children at my costs. My question is what is the minimum configuration of IBIS Desktop on an iMac with OS9 and what is its cost per unit, keeping in mind the object of this effort is to create a prototype of a very low cost Health Systems Computer that can be customized further by University faculty and their children for the ultimate purpose of initiating instruction in integrative approaches to health care. There will then be a customized Mac that runs OSX. These machines will not run the later versions of OSX so the customization will be done with faster iMac's containing G4's for advanced high school and college students for continuing study purposes. This is a completely non-profit endeavor. The other programs that will be included are Studio Artist, Audion, Appleworks 6, Nisus, EndNote, Acta Outliner, Mathematica and possibly iView Media, Final Cut Pro, Framemaker and HyperResearch if permission can be obtained to include these programs at no or nominal cost. The makers of Studio Artist and EndNote have given permission for inclusion of their programs on this iMac with OS9 at no cost.

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