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  1. mactjaap

    Integrated Tashtari Machine: Floppy Drive Emulator

    Super cool! Definitely buy more then one!
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    Asante Mac Con SE Ethernet

    If this is all to difficult… Maybe more simpel to use an old switch or even better hub. I have some. Bought them at a thrift store.
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    Building a new LocalTalk (and LToUDP) to Ethernet gateway

    Holy cow! Impressive! Really cool. Will follow this thread with much interest. For me as hardcore MacIP fan this is really… IT!
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    What should a hobbyist-focussed AppleTalk router do?

    Absolutely! Really great! Can’t wait to see it happen!
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    SE/30, AsanteTalk & MacIPgw Virtual Machine Question

    I’m absolutely in to use Netatalk 2.2.x in future MacIP products. I only need to find some time to do so…. I have two AsanteTalk boxes and yes… they are picky .. so connect them to a old switch helps. And power on power off wil help. If you can “see” you AsanteTalk with nbplkup you are good and...
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    What should a hobbyist-focussed AppleTalk router do?

    Absolutely great you are planning to do this. I would really love to see a device or devices which can replace the old LocalTalk bridges. If these devices could be serious parts of a AppleTalk network this would be fantastic. Until now all devices developed can do part of the job (like LToUDP)...
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    TashTwenty: Single-Chip DCD (Hard Disk 20) Interface

    Sure! I like to test.
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    TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface

    Thanks for your comments on my "AppleTalk Hell". So net 0 is not a normal net number. Hmmm why does all the LToUDP vMac use net 0? Is there a way to force it to a "normal" network number? And why is the MacBook (or iBook) better in handeling some parts of the network? All devices can see the...
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    TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface

    @Andrew Thanks for your feedback. Nice to hear from fellow pioneers with the hat! And also my thanks to @tashtari, @bdurbrow and @cheesestraws for there work. Really great that LocalTalk is back on the map! Special thanks to bdurbrow for his patience with me and explanations! I also got things...
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    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    A Ahhh. Thanks! Confusing. A lot of software is just working. But good to know. Will make a MacIPRPi with this new repository… but need some time.
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    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    This is the error: root@raspberrypi:~# /usr/sbin/atalkd Illegal instruction
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    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    On older Pi Netatalk Johnnya101 and myself tested Netatalk 2.2.5. Atalk didn’t start. It gave an severe error and won’t run. Not sure what happening. Best test would be to compile this new fork and test on a older Pi. I’m missing the time for now to do it. So anybody with a Pi 1 or so please test.
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    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    Yes! 2.2.7 would be lovely. Modern times for old Netatalk!
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    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    In my MacIPRpi project I try to do things not to complicated. My goal is always for a user to start the Pi and use evrything without any configuration. If you just have a simple network with old Macintosh, MacBooks or Windows machines the MacIPRpi is in the middle. So no special atalkd.conf...
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    Doctorin' the Tardis (and Timelord): The Revived AppleTalk Time Server

    TimeLord In 1990, the University of Melbourne built a pair of tools called Timelord. Netatalk ( heart of the MacIPRpi) has a version to. It never worked until revived by 68kmla.org forum member cheesestraws. Now on the MacIPRpi with a UTC and LocalTime version in your Chooser. credits to...
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    MacIPRpi on a raspberry pi 1?

    For absolutely rock bottom hardware price I have also an image for OrangePi. Used to be $9.99. Now around $20.
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    MacIPRpi on a raspberry pi 1?

    Hi. MacTjaap here. I maintain the MacIPRPi project. It is build for a Raspberry 3B+ or 4. They work both. I tried it on a older Pi but had some issues. Best would be just to test it. If I find some spare time I will do some testing, but not sure when this will happen. So… if there is a...
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    Connecting Laserwriter II (& others) to modern network?

    Thanks for your interest in the MacIP stuff. Yes a Rpi is nice but costs some money. The VM and tiny version are software based. If have also a version for the OrangePi. This is a Raspberry clone. Cheap. But not so cheap as it used to be I bought them in the old days for only $9,99 Now they are...
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    TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface

    Maybe this helps: You can send out International orders without dealing with taxes. The shipment company will settle this for us. I have lots of experiance with this. I just pay to the shipment company the taxes. if you send out with normal mail our national mail will deal with the costs.
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    Yet Another Netatalk 2.2 Fork

    Netatalk works without any problem on the MacIPRpi. The whole idea behind the MacIPRpi is that a user can download an image, put it on SD, insert it into the Rpi (3B+ pr 4), boot it and ........you are in business. MacIP over LocalTalk and AppleTalk (DDP) file sharing (and more). No fuss about...
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