Are you working with such an old machine as
1 - a hobby,
2 - access to a really old version of the OS because of a potential market you're trying to tap into,
3 - 'free' access
4 - just for education
If it's 1, more power to you.
If it's 2, hopefully someone will help you
If it's 3, I would say paying for a service on a time share, such as idevcloud might be cheaper than the electricity, tapes, etc of having your own machine.
If it's 4 I would question the value of the education on such an old machine. The features in the OS have drastically changed since then. And even the hardware experience is lame because that's so different currently. For general OS and programming education again I would recommend the time share option, such as idevcloud. No, I get no money from them, and do not even use them.
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