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  1. Byte Knight

    MacViking card found in a SE

    Interesting - Minnetonka is only about 15 minutes away from me! Might have to go check out the address...
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    MacViking card found in a SE

    I got a Mac SE in a lot of Apple stuff and it has a MacViking card going to a male DB9 port in the back. It says "c 1987 by Moniterm Corp" and there's also a sticker that says "Viking 1 & 2400 Controller for the Mac SE." I can't find much info about it anywhere - I'm assuming it's a video...
  3. Byte Knight

    Picked up an Apple IIGS

    My favorite vintage computer! Agreed that you should get a SCSI2SD or BlueSCSI or AzulSCSI for your SCSI card. You should also get an Uthernet II card once they're back in stock. That will allow you to do a ton of things with your networked IIgs. Some fun games for the system include...
  4. Byte Knight

    'Boing!' demo remake on Macintosh - such fluid animation

    Very cool - thanks for the deep dive into Mac Boing!
  5. Byte Knight

    Things to Do With Your Networked Vintage Mac

    Updated a few of these and added a new one. I'm working on the ability to edit my original post. 7. Instant Message with Discord, FaceBook, and Twitter protocols from an IRC Client. Yes, it’s possible thanks to a Macintosh Garden proxy. Here’s a step by step guide...
  6. Byte Knight

    NuBusFPGA: HDMI on NuBus Macs

    Wow - nice job!
  7. Byte Knight

    Quadra 630 does not support 24-bit memory addressing mode

    That's what I did, then replaced the logic board with a Quadra 605 and upgraded to CPU to 40 MHz. One of the fastest IIe card-compatible Macs out there!
  8. Byte Knight

    Quadra 630 does not support 24-bit memory addressing mode

    I found this out the hard way when I bought a Quadra 630 thinking that it would be compatible with the IIe card. I was never able to figure out a workaround...
  9. Byte Knight

    Snatched a Quicksilver. Unsure why.

    Love my QuickSilver - it's an awesome OS9 machine!
  10. Byte Knight

    Introducing (and interest check) CircuitTalk: LocalTalk for PowerMac G4

    I got one of the early access boards (got here overnight to the US even!) for my QuickSilver. I wasn't using the internal modem, and I wanted to be able to use a wifi modem with it to connect to BBS's and for testing my own BBS. Installation was a breeze, but I couldn't get ZTerm 1.1b7 (PPC...
  11. Byte Knight

    Introducing (and interest check) CircuitTalk: LocalTalk for PowerMac G4

    Interested! This would get a lot more use than the modem that's sitting idle in my QuickSilver...
  12. Byte Knight

    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    Ok, I'm blown away - I was able to even get my Canon MG6220 inkjet printer to print in color from my LC III! All I had to do was set it up in the CUPS local web page and then select it under Chooser -> Laserwriter -> Generic and it just works. Amazing!
  13. Byte Knight

    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    Your new version works awesome! Setting up network printing with a modern laser printer was a breeze. Thanks for all your help!
  14. Byte Knight

    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    Nope, I totally missed that option down at the bottom of the list!
  15. Byte Knight

    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    That sounds awesome! How about throwing in Macproxy for the trifecta? :)
  16. Byte Knight

    Doctorin' the Tardis (and Timelord): The Revived AppleTalk Time Server

    Thanks for the suggestion, but as usual Linux hates me and I get all sorts of errors when I try to compile. I'll hit up @mactjaap for the binary. I'd love to see a new release of A2SERVER - that was a breeze to set up...
  17. Byte Knight

    Doctorin' the Tardis (and Timelord): The Revived AppleTalk Time Server

    You could SSH into my Pi if you wanna give it a shot.
  18. Byte Knight

    Doctorin' the Tardis (and Timelord): The Revived AppleTalk Time Server

    Can anyone walk me through the process of installing this onto an existing A2SERVER on a Raspberry Pi? I'd rather not start over with a whole new installation of Netatalk. I can figure it out on the Mac side of things...
  19. Byte Knight

    Building an internal grayscale card for the SE/30

    Very cool - this will complete the trifecta for the ultimate SE/30!
  20. Byte Knight

    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    Thanks for the Timelord description. I followed the instructions on this page, and was able to print from the cups web page and can get my printer to show up under Chooser -> LaserWriter 8, but it gets stuck at "Status: print spooler processing job" when printing...
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