SOLVED! Ok. It is the system change, not the atalkd.conf.
Now running on a Macintosh SE System 7.5.3.
The disk is not locked anymore and I can upload to it! Happy with the result!
Not sure why I get this problem in the combination Debian Sarge (Debian 3.1) and System 6.0.8.
In Debian Woody...
atalkd.conf? Why can a atalkd.conf be of any importance? Why could it be locking my disk. I was in disbelieve .... ( yes I admit it...)
So .... I tried. My former setup was with a LocalTalk PC card. The zone is strange but an advice of the kernel module LTPC...
I'm working with an old Netatalk version. Netatalk 2.0.2
Normal install. Everything looks fine I mount my Home Directory as always, try to write to it but get the message "The disk is locked"
I'm not getting it....how to "unlock" this disk?
I like to give some attention to a very interesting development in Hacks & Development. The making of a totally new LocalTalk bridge. Read all about it.
The 2021 Big Crash of the forum destroyed our conversation about this update. I would like to thanks cheesestraws again for reviving the AppleTalk Time Server!!
It is now included in the current MacIPRpi image. Read all about it on:
In 1990, the University of Melbourne...
For now AppleTalk is saved in Linux kernel. I have it working with a modern Linux on my MacIPRpi. Bug is fixed thanks to a fellow 68kmla member.
But LocalTalk PC Cards stopped to work after Debian 3.0 (Woody). For now I’m testing from Debian 2.2 to Debian 6. As said… will make a separate post...
I hope you will do option 2 also….
At this moment there is really nothing like what you are developing. This could be the FloppyEmu of LocalTalk networking. So …. Please give it a try. Even if it is just a prototype what can be finished by others.
As said before…I’m very happy with this development.
By coincidence In the recent weeks I have been working on my Pentium III with LocalTalk PC card model 630-5306. The famous lt0 in Linux.
in 2011 also worked with this system. Now 10 years later I thought it was an nice idea to give it a try...
LocalTalk is really my thing. Made some stuff to use TCP/IP over LocalTalk (see www.macip.net ).
So anything what would make LocalTalk possible over new hardware is really my biggest wish on vintage Mac Stuff.
If you need testers or anything...just let me know. I will be looking at this thread...
I must be honest. I never tried to do anything with Macs and printers. So it was not on my list for the MacIPpi projects. I’m also not sure if you can make something generic with PAP for all users.
My goal is always just to boot your Pi and that everything is working out of the box.
I would love to see a modern replacement been made for a LocalTalk bridge. I think it is not so simple. A few years ago a working prototype is build on a BBB. I have tested it also and it is working fine. Read about it here...
New from MacIP.net the…. MacIPpi Rpi. The MacIPpi concept for Raspberry Pi. The first beta is finished, running MacIPpi 5.0.1
As always. MacIP.net gives you a MacIP gateway out of the box thanks to the linux port of macipgw done by Stefan Bethke.
You can find more information about this port...
I downloaded this version:
https://lisaem.sunder.net/downloads/lisaem-1.2.7-20200314-msw.zip windows binaries
And tried to boot a BLU floppy. ( BLU090.dc42 )
I get this error,
Not sure if I'm missing something or that is just not possible to load BLU.