Probably this post helps: http://68kmla.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=13294&p=131751&hilit=veraeusser#p131751.For now the screen is always on. Is there an easy way to switch it off without switching off or sleeping the PowerBook?
Classic Mac wrote:...said software to cancel screen. Haven't tried it yet.
mactjaap wrote:Maybe a next challlenge for you could be to conect the PowerBook to the Internet by LocalTalk. I did this with a Plus. Must be possible with a Powerbook 100 as well.
mactjaap wrote:I forgot to ask....
Could you tell a little bit more about the Asanté Micro EN/SC adapter
How does it work?
Do you need software to get it working???
superpantoufle wrote:This is one of my coolest piece of hardware, imho. I found that picture online:
It connects on the PowerBook SCSI port (HDI-30) and to the ethernet network (there is a RJ-45 and a RJ-45 + BNC versions. Mine is RJ-45 only). You need to install a driver, and then you see an "Aletrnate Ethernet" icon in the Network control panel. Works perfectly!
I would love to score an Asante Mini EN/SC for my compact Macs someday...
insaneboy wrote:I have a mini EN/SC, but I like that micro EN/SC, I'm guessing it is powered off the ADB port? less cables and power adaptors would be great.
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