By: David K. Every
This control panel is used for the built-in Reply 'DOS on Mac' card, containing a DX2/66 processor which is used in Performa 630s and PowerPC 6100/66 DOS Compatibles.
This will then start a 'RP-DOS' session on a mini PC screen. This session is suppose to do some diagnostic tests, show information, and modifies various DOS things. If you want, type "help" to see what it can do, as it is undocumented. However, there is also an egg in the control panel. In short, the egg is simply a list of programmers in DOS (which most of us could care less about since we bought a Mac to avoid DOS in the first place).
cd=change directory (will go to the directory).
Think of a directory on a PC like a folder on a Mac, but as you don't have a GUI to see the files, you must type these commands.
Basically, if you know DOS you can go up and down a directory tree of credits and what they did.
This feature works in version 1.0.7.
You will see, "This is the System Software Version... nothing more, nothing less."