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* **Display Scaling:** choose how to scale the display
* **Emulated Machine:** changes won't take effect if there are disks inserted
### Credits
## Installation
The easiest way is to install an IPA from [releases](https://github.com/zydeco/minivmac4ios/releases) with [AltStore](https://altstore.io).
### Building from source
To build the project, make sure you check out the repository and submodules:
git clone https://github.com/zydeco/minivmac4ios.git
cd minivmac4ios
git submodule update --init --recursive
The folders `minivmac`, `libmfs` and `libres` should not be empty. The source code zip file you can download from GitHub does not include all dependencies.
To install run the app on your device with Xcode, you'll to perform some [additoinal steps](https://developer.apple.com/documentation/xcode/enabling-developer-mode-on-a-device):
* Pair the device with Xcode
* Specify your Apple ID in the Account preferences in Xcode.
* Change the Team (to your own) and Bundle Identifier (for example, change the `net.namedfork` prefix to your own) in the “Mini vMac” target, under the “Signing & Capabilities” tab.
* Enable [Developer Mode](https://developer.apple.com/documentation/xcode/enabling-developer-mode-on-a-device) on your device (iOS 16 and later).
* On older iOS versions, trust your developer profile in the iOS Settings (under General > Device Management) after installing the app for the first time.
## Adding new emulated machines
See documentation [on the wiki](https://github.com/zydeco/minivmac4ios/wiki/Adding-a-new-emulated-machine).
## Credits
* Mini vMac for iOS by [Jesús A. Álvarez](https://github.com/zydeco)
* [Mini vMac](http://gryphel.com/c/minivmac/) ©2001-2021 Paul C. Pratt