You may move Aladin (Advanced Data Institute) version 2.6 to a hard disk for use with Catalyst. If you are using a ProFile hard disk in slot 4 with a volume name of "/PROFILE", most of your work has been done for you by the folks at ADI. Simply follow the installation instructions entitled "APPLE III STARTUP PROCEDURE" on page S-10 - S-14 of the Aladin product manual. Once these steps have been completed, follow along below. If you are using your Catalyst with a different brand of hard disk, You must add the device drivers of the hard disk you are using to the Aladin BOOT disk using the System Configuration Program of your System Utilities. After this has been done, then you may precede with the "APPLE III STARTUP PROCEDURE" in the Aladin manual and follow along below. COPY PROCEDURE In addition to the automatic installation provided to you by Aladin, three additional files must be copied to the hard disk to allow you to use Aladin without having to insert the BOOT disk at startup. In this example, the volume name of the hard disk is "/P". If your hard disk volume name is different, substitute it for "/P". 1. Boot the Catalyst disk (if you haven't already). 2. From the Catalyst main menu, select the System Utilities Program. 3. Enter "F" for FILE HANDLING COMMANDS. 4. Enter "C" for COPY FILES. 5. Copy the file "SYSTEM.STARTUP" from the Aladin BOOT disk to the subdirectory "/P/ALADIN". To do this, type ".D1/" and press the up arrow key. A list of files are displayed in a box. The up and down arrow keys allow you to move an inverse bar over the name of your choice. Pressing the right arrow key marks the file so as to include it in the copy process. Mark all files to be copied in this way. When all files are marked, press RETURN. 6. Copy the files ALADIN3.INFO and ALADIN.CODE to "/P/=" using the procedure above. 7. When these files have been copied, press ESCAPE. ADDING ALADIN TO THE CATALYST MENU 1. Return to the Catalyst main menu. 2. Select the Catalyst Editor in the Catalyst main menu. 3. Enter "E" to edit the menu. 4. Use the up and down arrow keys to position the inverse bar over the entry you want the program to precede. Press "A" to add a program entry. 5. You will be asked for the display name of this program, enter "ALADIN". 6. Enter "CATALYST/PASCAL" as the interpreter pathname. 7. You will be asked for a list of any extra drivers this program requires. Enter ".PRINTER" 8. Press RETURN for the character set pathname. 9. Press RETURN for standard character set. 10. Press RETURN again to use the default keyboard. 11. Press RETURN to accept the default prefix. 12. Enter "3" for the "Max Files Allowed...." question. This will allow the program to be exited by holding down both Apple keys and pressing ESCAPE. (The value 3 suppresses the DISK FILES OPEN warning). 13. Enter "ALADIN/SYSTEM.STARTUP" when you are asked for the program path. 14. You will be asked if this entry is correct. If it is, enter "Y" then press ESCAPE to exit to the main menu. If you made any mistakes during entry, enter "N". You may then enter the number of the item you wish to correct. When all items are correct, press ESCAPE. Then press ESCAPE again to exit to the main menu. 15. Enter "5" to update the INTERPS file. When you are asked if you want to recalculate the load address, enter "N". 16. Exit to the CATALYST main menu by entering "Q". NOTE: Apple Computer Inc. is not responsible for the contents of this article.