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    TashRouter: An AppleTalk Router

    I will try your suggestions and let you know. Its a shame if it wont work over wifi since this was the main motivation for the development of LToUDP
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    TashRouter: An AppleTalk Router

    Hello all and happy new year! @tashtari thank you very much for your useful contributions to the community. I successfully connected Ethertalk (SE30)<->LtoUDP(vmac) running on a vm (macbook m2). However, I am having weird issues when running using the tashtalk hat on a raspi zero w Tashtalk...
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    MagicSD for SCSI2SD owners

    Great! Can't wait to see what you are making!
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    Netatalk 2.x + LToUDP

    root@rpi:/home/pi# ip link set wlan0 master br0 Error: Device does not allow enslaving to a bridge. Nobody likes slavery however this configuration is valid even in windows...
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    Netatalk 2.x + LToUDP

    Thanks, I will try this way. I tried earlier a similar approach i.e. to use interface aliases e.g. wlan0:0 which multitalk does not want to bind to …
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    Netatalk 2.x + LToUDP

    Thanks for your message. It seems however that netatalk on its own does a perfectly good job (thanks @slipperygrey btw) and works great with physical machines over ethernet. Also, given some difficulties i've had with multitalk it would also seem to work great in the end (thanks again @sfiera)...
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    Netatalk 2.x + LToUDP

    I sort of fixed the issue. In the code, I had to comment out the following lines (3 occurrences) _, err = r.ReadByte() if err != io.EOF { return fmt.Errorf("read ddp: excess data") } I don't know why multitalk is broken only for me but seems to work with other forum...
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    TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface

    In a previous post of yours I see that you have successfully used multitalk to bridge LToUDP devices such as the tashtalk bridge and mini vmac together with apple talk devices on ethernet. Could you please elaborate how you have achieved this? Does your raspberry pi have one or two interfaces...
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    Netatalk 2.x + LToUDP

    Hi all, I have got an SE/30 with a nic card to successfully connect to a netatalk 2.x share. I've also been successful in connecting the se/30 to a mini vmac share through a tashtari raspberry hat (using tashtalk daemon which converts appletalk packets to multicast UDP and vice versa). Is...
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    TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface

    Nevermind, the pi had attached its terminal on ttyAMA0 and was throwing garbage. It seems to work perfectly now.
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    TashTalk: Single-Chip LocalTalk Interface

    Hello all, I am quoting my own post from earlier this year. It seems that I had successfully managed to use the tashtalk hat back then. Last night I tried to connect again but I was unable to find my pi on the network and had to factory reset and start over (maybe my wifi settings changed). The...
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    Introducing (and interest check) AirTalk: Wireless plug-and-play LocalTalk dongles

    Hi all, has anyone used the device on a mac plus? If yes, how do you power it? Can we steal some power from e.g. floppy drive connector? @cheesestraws do you believe it would be ok to solder a wire on the usb +5v terminal and feed it to the floppy drive connector? Would it be already grounded or...
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    SE/30 accelerator with 32bit clean ROM?

    Hi! can't comment about accelerators since I don't like them/haven't used any, but if you use the stock rom you can skip ram checking during boot by holding down the mouse button. At lest that works on the mac plus.
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    Pre made images for bluescsi with games?

    there is an image with games here: https://archive.org/details/macpack-20210807 I would also like to know if there are others
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    Neat (RED) Macintosh Plus With a Interesting History

    Look at the circle in a random picture I pulled off the internet. It is a 128k but plus is similar. It is clearly different in shape. Very interesting!!!
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    Neat (RED) Macintosh Plus With a Interesting History

    Congratulations for the neat Plus! The rear case moulding near the top vents seems different than the normal beige case. It is more rounded.
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    Repairability of a specific Mac Portable

    Well, the portable arrived and I have some good news and some bad news. The portable initially did not power on, just like the seller said, even with a refurbished battery that I prepared. It showed different sad mac codes. The motherboard was clean, no signs of corrosion or evidence of any...
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    Repairability of a specific Mac Portable

    In the meantime, while waiting for the machine to arrive, does anyone have experience and can suggest a source for capacitors? Ideally a pre-made kit so I do not mess up? Is the m5120 and m5126 identical capacitor-wise? Ideally in the EU? So far I found kit for m5126 (https://recapamac.com.au/)...
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    Repairability of a specific Mac Portable

    After some digging it seems to be the international (internal) version of the 2400 modem (more info and pics here https://68kmla.org/bb/index.php?threads/macintosh-portable-expressmodem.38733/ post #6). The international version uses an external dongle, whereas the US version attaches to the...
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    Repairability of a specific Mac Portable

    Unfortunately yes. I researched sold listings and found not working models going for 300+ euros. This one was the backlit model in good shape, an internal modem and the 8mb expansion.
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