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Apple Module Identification Manual Jun 1994

techknight

Well-known member
Great material, However, the problem with linking information 3rd party, is the links..... as time goes on, they break.... 

Would be better off uploading it here, or linking it to a dropbox/drive account and linking it that way. At least from the Wiki side of things. 

 

Alex

Well-known member
That manual, including all manuals that start with PN-072 are on archive.org. For some reason I think archive.org will outlive, even this site.

 

Cory5412

Daring Pioneer of the Future
Staff member
Jason Scott doesn't singlehandedly run archive.org, but he is probably its biggest cheerleader, and leading collector of Apple II and 68k Mac objects.

That said, it's probably worth re-hosting the file here once we start getting pages up, if only to avoid problems caused by URL restructures at the source.

Alternately: describe the manuals on our site, and then describe the process of getting them from archive.org.

 

Alex

Well-known member
Jason Scott doesn't singlehandedly run archive.org, but he is probably its biggest cheerleader, and leading collector of Apple II and 68k Mac objects.

That said, it's probably worth re-hosting the file here once we start getting pages up, if only to avoid problems caused by URL restructures at the source.

Alternately: describe the manuals on our site, and then describe the process of getting them from archive.org.
These should be on the WIKI as well but isn't the WIKI somewhat on a standstill?

 

Cory5412

Daring Pioneer of the Future
Staff member
Correct, the wiki isn't being updated, for a few reasons, namely that nobody wants to.

I believe we are waiting on pages until after some software updates to IP Suite, including moving from the version we are on to the next major version.

So, when I say "on our site" I mean on a future Pages page.

 
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