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    SE/30 video issue that has ME stumped!

    Yea its been to long. I bought some new ICs for it and I sat it all on the shelf and I havent looked back yet. been way too busy with my standard day job. I cant wait until we get enough capital in where we an hire dev teams and customer service people so I aint gotta do it.
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    SE/30 video issue that has ME stumped!

    I think I changed the PAL set already. But I cannot honestly remember.
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    TCP/IP networking? HTTP Requests? Visual MSB??

    You know, the last time I was in web development long long ago, I never used CSS. Still dont. But I dont develop for the web anymore either.
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    TCP/IP networking? HTTP Requests? Visual MSB??

    However, if you know Python, I think there is a Classic 68K as well as cfm68k python runtime for Mac. but Sys 7 is a must. Edit: Python 1.5.1 has a Classic 68K version. Here is a link on building python apps for mac: https://svn.python.org/projects/python/trunk/Mac/Demo/example2.html
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    TCP/IP networking? HTTP Requests? Visual MSB??

    Well the documentation spells this: For an application created using Visual MacStandardBasic: Macintosh (68K) or Power Macintosh Computer Runs native on Power Macintoshes System 7.1 or greater 4MB RAM which is funny because thats the same requirements for CFM68K so chances are its using the same runtime. the statement of "runs native on powerPC" means that the 68K part is using some sort of emulation or outside runtime, just like CFM68K is designed to do. But then again, it could simply be it just depends on 32-bit access. But I am not sure. Do you have the 4MB of RAM?
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    TCP/IP networking? HTTP Requests? Visual MSB??

    Yes it does, it has TCP/UDP socket support. I wrote a small little app to transfer the clipboards between my PC and my mac when I was using the PC to browse and look up items, and the Mac to handle the spreadsheet. Also CFM68K can run on a 68000 with enough RAM and the 020 "emulator" extension but its slow as molasses.
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    Apple Color RGB Monitor

    if its taking forever to come alive, its time for a recap. Its a high hour monitor.
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    TCP/IP networking? HTTP Requests? Visual MSB??

    I have had zero issues using RealBASIC apps on Mac 68Ks. I even did a new years eve/day rollover years ago on my YouTube channel with a CC and a realBASIC app. but it IS buggy. it takes sometimes 2 or 3 compiles before it works. Also, CFM68K is a requirement for RB to run. Whichever platform you do choose to use, My personal opinion is use the MQTT protocol. Its awesome and works great for chat apps. You can compile using the new 68K GCC compiler for a C lib and bring the C lib into RB.
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    Apple Color RGB Monitor

    Again, a crystal ball wont work here. Need to troubleshoot the failure.
  10. It would be interesting if my yard sale mac all these years later wound up there somehow. I remember doing this mod to hold the ROM SIMM in. But everything else thats happened must have been afterwords. Then again, it could be a different one. Who knows?
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    Wifi Extension Development Thread

    Awesome! I was only paying half-attention to this thread. I thought it was still being tested in emulation. Nice!
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    Wifi Extension Development Thread

    Does the WiFi extension work on a real machine yet?
  13. The no sound issue could be something as simple as the speaker itself (plug headphones in and make sure) Or it could be something as complex as a broken trace to the ASC IC. I have seen it a ton of times. The fact that its not wanting to boot from the disk may align with that theory, assuming the disk you inserted was good, and the floppy drive has been serviced as those are wildcards at this point.
  14. Question. Where did you get this? Reason why I ask, is I recall doing a SIMM mod like that years and years ago to one I sold in a yardsale and I remember it looking exactly like that. But the CRT and the "mods" there were not there of course. So who knows.
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