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  1. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    I would suggest loading a Linux VM (Mint I guess should be easy enough, it's Debian) and testing Netatalk 2.3.2 on it. Use Bridged Adapter for your ethernet cable, not NAT.
  2. Mk.558

    Have se/30 on internet—now what?

    Use Mosaic 2.0.1 with this.
  3. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    Have you tried using volsizelimit? Sharing a volume with a smaller size, such as using a thumbdrive or SD card formatted to have usable space under 2GiB? Old fashioned AppleTalk, if you can do it, maybe better than relying on AFP over TCP.
  4. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    I don't know if limitsize actually works or not. Regardless of how big the volume actually is, it seems to still report it (in older SSW versions) as 2047.9MB available and in Mac OS 9 it just reports the full size. However, volsizelimit, does work. I'm told that limitsize is a bit of a hack...
  5. Mk.558

    Introducing Tiny Transfer! A simple BinHex archiving and serial transfer tool

    Read through the manual...I like it! Don't have a use for it at the moment, but I'll make sure to try to remember it. How'd you get a serial transfer going at 140.32KB/sec?
  6. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    Looks good to me. The brown coloring on the text provides better contrast. That table of contents has me slightly envious -- I haven't been able to make a nice tidy ToC that remains clean across different browsers The Guide was specifically designed to be compatible with 1024x768 displays, so...
  7. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    Thank you for the feedback. I swapped LocalTalk for AppleTalk and reworded the Netatalk 3.0 similar to what you wrote. Looks good on the wiki. If I may point out however, the code text is really small. It could be that I'm on 1440p, but it definitely seems harder to read than the surrounding text.
  8. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    Here's what I've written so far. Seems like libcups2-dev libavahi-client-dev libgcrypt20-dev are specified there: is the Berkeley DB not required anymore? I have no idea what bootstrapping does for tarballs: I poked around the web and most of it seems to be related to bootstrapping the OS...
  9. Mk.558

    Best file sharing option for Quadras in 7.x-8.1 ?

    This can be a number of things, usually has to do with AppleShare incompatibility: what are you trying to connect to specifically? I also notice the long password. AppleShare clients have a particular issue with long passwords (and that one is sent via cleartext...), I'm pretty sure the readme...
  10. Mk.558

    Netatalk 2.3.0 available

    I noticed there's a phat list of desired packages: autoconf automake docbook-xsl libacl1-dev libavahi-client-dev libcrack2-dev libcups2-dev libdb-dev libgcrypt-dev libkrb5-dev libldap2-dev libltdl-dev libpam0g-dev libssl-dev libtirpc-dev libtool libtool-bin libwrap0-dev quota tcpd I'm very...
  11. Mk.558

    PowerBook 3400c on 8.6 + netatalk - Chooser "error of type 12"

    The only use case for Netatalk 3 at the moment that comes to mind (I could be seriously mistaken) is if you need Time Machine support. Since Time Machine now uses APFS, which cannot be shared via AFP, then yeah there's almost zero reasons to use Netatalk 3.
  12. Mk.558

    Have se/30 on internet—now what?

    Gopher.
  13. Mk.558

    Can someone with a real 68k test if Realmz has a bug or both Basilisk II and QEMU have the same bug?

    I can check too as long as it's relatively simple to get to and not a 4 hour slog through a game I never played :)
  14. Mk.558

    Choosier 1.01b2?

    I tried looking too, and came up empty. http://discmaster.textfiles.com/ This site was apparently the source for the EasyShare full version breakthrough.
  15. Mk.558

    PowerBook 3400c on 8.6 + netatalk - Chooser "error of type 12"

    I wouldn't use Netatalk 3 for any reason unless you're specifically looking for Time Machine stuff. You should use Netatalk 2.3.2, assuming it's a modern distribution of Linux. What's probably happening is that Netatalk 3 is looking for DHX2 authentication but the best you can get with ASC...
  16. Mk.558

    LC II PDS Ethernet to iMac G4

    Update is still in the works, should be done sometime end of summer maybe end of year. Notably the Chart is at least 50% more accurate this time. Today's work: A/UX 2.0.0 to Netatalk VM file server.
  17. Mk.558

    LC II PDS Ethernet to iMac G4

    There should be nothing wrong with the LC card. MacTCP is used for TCP connections (i.e. FTP, Telnet, SSH, ...) and unless AFP over TCP is used, then MacTCP has nothing to do with AppleTalk. Generally the only time MacTCP does anything via AppleTalk is via MacIP, which requires a MacIP server...
  18. Mk.558

    SE/30 random reboots, then nothing?

    I've got the same thing going on with mine. https://68kmla.org/bb/index.php?threads/3d-printed-programmers-switches-random-se-30-reboots.47160/ I've got some old solder in the usual places like below the RAM banks, and some fuzzy solder in some other areas, but nothing like near your sound...
  19. Mk.558

    3D printed programmers switches; Random SE/30 reboots

    Repeated RAM tests pass, no indication of bodgy RAM. ... It has been fussy about RAM disks before though, but in a weird way: if a RAM disk was open, Disk Copy 6.3.3 would bomb the system. The reboots are random, even while during start up sequence.
  20. Mk.558

    3D printed programmers switches; Random SE/30 reboots

    I'm getting random reboots on my SE/30. The power supply has been fully recapped, the motherboard was recapped some time ago, the ROM SIMM has had the contacts reflowed yesterday so now it actually boots. Power supply voltages are fine. No visibly damaged traces or anything abnormal. Any...
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