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creating os9 installer


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looking for ways to create an installer in OS9. I've used packageMaker to create an OSX installer and looking for either a similar way in OS9 or some sort of applescript method that copies a folder off a CD to a desired location on the hard drive (applications folder).

anybody have a clue? let me know.
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