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

    Summary: I've got a hardware prototype on my desk but a busy summer, poor mental health and work being busy has meant I haven't really done anything with it yet. But it is planned, so long as I can reclaim my own brain :-)
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    Mac SE SuperDrive - floppy drive

    Yes, there shouldn't be any meaningful resistance to the disc. If there is, it means something mechanical is glued up. So yes, cleaning and lubrication is your first step here.
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    New "universal" Serial CommSlot printed circuit board design

    I'm not sure about the other microcontrollers supported by this card, but Espressif haven't released a chip that'll do 5GHz yet, so a lot of this stuff, which is based on the ESP chips, won't do 5GHz until they do. This is why AirTalk is also limited to 2.4 GHz. At some point I'd like to do a...
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    How does System Picker works?

    No idea, but I'd like to know!
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    file transfer msdos to macintosh system 7.0.1

    I'd suggest using something like an older version of BBEdit Lite, which will happily deal with DOS (CRLF) text files.
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    FOUND: Hippo C

    Very nice!
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    Two 2MB 30 pin SIMMs - uncool or cool?

    We've all been there... :-)
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    x86 card revival thread

    Good grief, that's quite the construction...
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    Toon's good finds ... and the lost ones

    Oh, that makes sense. It's a very natural word to follow 'Golden', after all. Fun fact: in Modern Welsh, Lloegr (which is the same name) is the name of England as a whole, though it used to be just part of what is now the south of England. Sorry, @zefrenchtoon, I'll stop derailing your thread...
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    Toon's good finds ... and the lost ones

    That's an odd name. Is 'Lagres' a corruption of 'Logres'?
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    Performa 630 DOS - No Audio

    It's usually the sound circuit itself that kind of disintegrates. In this case, the sound circuit was more or less colateral damage, it just lost a power rail :-)
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    Macintosh pieced together?

    Not reliably. Earlier 128ks had a differently printed board, but later ones are the same except for the RAM, IIRC.
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    Macintosh pieced together?

    Not really, no. Also, given the price of spares compared to whole machines, that would be a wildly uneconomic use of someone's time.
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    Experimental VNC (Remote Desktop) Server for the Classic Macintosh

    It looks like it's sending me non-framebuffery chunks of memory...
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    Experimental VNC (Remote Desktop) Server for the Classic Macintosh

    Wireshark's VNC dissector doesn't like it much either, this doesn't look like a framebuffer update any sane computer should be sending: pcap attached.
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    Mac OS 8.1 on SE/30, and RaSCSI Daynaport

    Oh well! There goes that theory :-) (the trying to modify "Network" threw me off)
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    Mac OS 8.1 on SE/30, and RaSCSI Daynaport

    Do the Dayna drivers not like Open Transport?
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    Experimental VNC (Remote Desktop) Server for the Classic Macintosh

    It flags up a protocol error and says that the remote system send a rectangle with coordinates that are too big (if I'm reading the error right).
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    Experimental VNC (Remote Desktop) Server for the Classic Macintosh

    What OS X VNC clients are people using successfully with this? The RealVNC client is misbehaving somewhat for me...
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    Newbie here – arrow by Apple icon?

    Drawing status in the menu bar was a pretty standard way of displaying information for extensions and stuff. I'd agree with the above that that's the most likely answer.
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