Strange, I figured there would be expected complications with the 2400 and 3400 series with enabling Cardbus compatibility, but the Mighty Cat had it offered out of the box.
I was hoping to use a wireless Logitech USB mouse as my main pointing device for the system. It is tedious to have to eject the USB PC Card every time, causing additional wear to the card slots/motors, and having to use the touchpad (or have to attach an ADB mouse) to shut down the system after ejecting the card. On my Wallstreet, the USB card usually stays plugged in as an appendage to the system, and I thought it would be practical to do the same on the 2400c.
Here is the discussion I'm referencing about the script:
The discussion ends with the commenter offering to include as an attachment in an email response, but this is not publicized.
Very nice! That L2 is a thing of beauty!
You are going to end up on a hunt for quite a few upgrades soon, as that G3 be made into a nice classic beast. You can also find the Vram upgrade chips for the PC Card on eBay.
So I got all the 7.6.1 recommended updates installed on the 4400/200 (now G3 400). And I'm at the same place with my DHCP settings
Tried a manually setup, but I think Google 's router doesn't like that... Well, I guess I could go back to the stock 10BT comm slot card (my gigabit service is ending soon anyway and I'll only have 5Mbps down and 1Mbps up). Or I could put the 9.1 CF card back in and run it that way...
Back to the SE/30 PDS adaptation again for an update!
Something like twenty Blue Control lines and the three Purple IRQ lines left to be hooked up on the 030 PDS side. Everything is wired up on the LC side so I can sort out the wires from those connections and knock them down by the numbers, row by row. That's the easy part, flipping it over for testing and debugging is next up.