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Edirol UM-1 MIDI installer for MacOS 9 won't execute

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ametts:
Hi folks,

Roland posts a MacOS 9 driver for their UM-1 MIDI Interface here [1].  The download is posted as a .tgz file and not a Stuffit archive.

Stuffit (the default version in the MacOS9Lives image) expands the file, but the driver installers (the "Driver E" files) just show up as non-executable documents. Can anyone help me get past this?  Presumably there are three potential solutions:

--1-- Suggest a better location to download UM-1 MIDI drivers for MacOS9 -- perhaps as a Mac-friendly Stuffit archive.

--2-- Suggest a better way to extract the .tgz file within MacOS 9, so that the original executable status is preserved.

--3-- Suggest a way to make the non-executable documents actually execute (assuming the files aren't corrupted in some other way).

Thanks in advance,
Allan

[1] Roland UM-1 MIDI Drivers for MacOS 9
https://www.roland.com/global/support/by_product/um-1/updates_drivers/

knightshaft:
Glad I'm not the only one with this problem and it still exists 18th February 2017

devils_advisor:
https://www.roland.com/global/support/by_product/um-1/updates_drivers/
it is the same archive. we would need the creator information and so on and just maybe you can make it useful again.
if you have a older version look at the creator infos and use them on this installer it might work.
the other 2 files are settings you might be able to import them with the apps and resave each one to get them back to normal.
try that

PaSiTee:
Any progress with this? I also downloaded the driver from Roland but it has the resource fork missing. Claims to be a simpletext document.

Syntho:
I'n having the same problem. I just bought two of these interfaces. I hope that doesn't mean even more $$$ down the drain.

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