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OS9.2.1 & OSX installs on a G4


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I am trying to figure out the best setup for my Mac G4 300mhz.
I have 3 OS install disks: OS9.2.1, OSX.1 & OSX.2.
I have 4 ATA harddrives: 4, 6, 80 & 120 gigs.
I have tons of classic software that I really rely on but I want to install Final Cut Pro 4.

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How do I set up this system?
I want to be able to switch (or boot) between OS.
If I have to partition drives, I have about 3 gigs or so of Classic software. Should I include apps on OS partitions, on seperate drives or what?
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