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  1. Scott Squires

    Building a new LocalTalk (and LToUDP) to Ethernet gateway

    But to be fair, tashtari, you're a true PIC wizard. Us mere mortals would require 8 times as much memory. So, like 2 KB.
  2. Scott Squires

    Building a new LocalTalk (and LToUDP) to Ethernet gateway

    I take it that you have never programmed a microcontroller before. Because that statement is simultaneously hilarious and frightening. 😄
  3. Scott Squires

    Introducing (and interest check) AirTalk: Wireless plug-and-play LocalTalk dongles

    The current software encapsulates LocalTalk over UDP. I believe for #5, that would also be true. It wouldn't be EtherTalk; you couldn't for example connect an Ethernet-enabled Mac to it and it be able to connect to the AppleTalk network, because it wouldn't know how to speak LToUDP. You'd have...
  4. Scott Squires

    Introducing (and interest check) AirTalk: Wireless plug-and-play LocalTalk dongles

    No. That converts LocalTalk cabling from 8 pin mini din (Mac serial) to UTP/CatX cable. It sends AppleTalk over network cables, much as the PhoneNet adapters send AppleTalk over phone cables. Cheesestraws is talking about sending AppleTalk over an actual Ethernet network.
  5. Scott Squires

    Introducing (and interest check) AirTalk: Wireless plug-and-play LocalTalk dongles

    I'm the shadowy person doing the enclsoure that cheesestraws has been hinting about. Attempting here to do a snow white inspired design. It's intended to be 3d printed. Here's a render of the overall dimensions. There are details remaining to add such as holes for the ADB ports, holes for the...
  6. Scott Squires

    Fixed capacity SCSI flash drives/DOMs?

    A lot of people have trouble getting their disk images set up on their SD cards. They want something that is simple and plug-and-play. But I don't know that this solves that problem. I have the impression that a lot of people need to be able to access the drive from their modern computer. To do...
  7. Scott Squires

    TashTwenty: Single-Chip DCD (Hard Disk 20) Interface

    Their store seems completely average to me. Didn't have any issue ordering. Maybe they fixed it since you ordered.
  8. Scott Squires

    Macintosh SE/30 logicboard recreation (thread revival)

    I should order some, but I'm waiting for slot-free ram and rom footprints, perhaps a couple of other tweaks...
  9. Scott Squires

    Wiki/Pages article ideas

    These are ideas for things to be written on the wiki. The wiki isn't back up yet, but I believe it's a goal to get it running "soon."
  10. Scott Squires

    Mac SE ADB Controller

    Thanks for looking into this, @tashtari , and writing up a very helpful summary! Apple must have made some optimizations to get the the firmware down to exactly 512 words... Maybe we can come up with one more optimization to make room for TRIS register initialization. Not my idea of fun though...
  11. Scott Squires

    Macintosh SE/30 logicboard recreation (thread revival)

    I take that back. It's been so long since I had those boards out; it has to have been no-socket PGA vs. socketed PGA.
  12. Scott Squires

    Macintosh SE/30 logicboard recreation (thread revival)

    I might have a single SE/30 with PGA, if I recall correctly. The others are *all* QFP. Among the reasons I haven't ordered a batch of these boards yet.
  13. Scott Squires

    Mac SE ADB Controller

    The disassembly is included in the zip. Trying to troubleshoot based on Ghidra decompiled C is probably not going to be very helpful, in my experience. Did you produce an appropriate hex file? I was messing around with that, I could check my notes.
  14. Scott Squires

    Macintosh SE/30 logicboard recreation (thread revival)

    Oh, right. I would be surprised if they weren't compatible, but someone would have to make an adapter or a board revision with a SSOP/SOIC footprint. And if you manage to program an ATF16V with PIC code, I will be extremely impressed. 😄
  15. Scott Squires

    Macintosh SE/30 logicboard recreation (thread revival)

    For the 342S0440, you can try programming your own PIC16CR54 with the firmware here: https://68kmla.org/bb/index.php?threads/mac-se-adb-controller.38363/ It hasn't been proven to work yet though. For the 344S0602, you need to get one from a broken original SE/30. At that point, you might as...
  16. Scott Squires

    Original BMUG Disks

    That's awful. Not worth the sacrifice of floppy drives to read this data. How do the floppies look? (Photos?) Wondering what I should watch out for.
  17. Scott Squires

    Index of CAD Models

    Hahaha... pretty sure I knew the portable doesn't have IDE. :LOL:
  18. Scott Squires

    Original BMUG Disks

    Nice find! The CDs would usually contain the latest versions of software, and also wouldn't necessarily include older obsolete items. (Especially since at least some of these are 400k disks -- it was unusual for CD compilations to include 128k/512k software.) So would definitely like to see...
  19. Scott Squires

    Index of Hardware Products / Projects

    Changes stepleton: add Cameo/Aphid tashtari: add TashTalk tashtari: add TashTwenty Development Kit / Middleware TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface - by tashtari - thread - github Storage BlueSCSI - by erichelgeson - thread - github - buy: website Terminated SCA 80 to 50 Pin...
  20. Scott Squires

    Index of CAD Models

    Changes 360alaska: add Portable foot 360alaska: add Outrigger Clip 360alaska: add 8100 Speaker Holder 360alaska: add Mystic Plate Westinghouse: add Powerbook 1xx battery tray galgot: add Wallstreet Hinge avadondargon: add SE Interrupt / Reset Switch BlueBoy: add SE HDD Faceplate...
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