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  • Birthday 04/01/1962

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    Ok. You can wake me up for old Macintosh and networking or....old radio's http://www.buizenblog.nl/

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  1. mactjaap

    Apple Profile hard drive

    Some more pictures how it looks with BLU and NeoWideX
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    Apple Profile hard drive

    Exercise the disk with BLU:
  3. I'm always very happy to know people are using this solution! Thanks for letting me know! Correct. No software. You should do it on your own. http://macintoshgarden.org/ is a good starting point. I added it on the site! Thanks for telling me. I changed it on the site:
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    Apple Profile hard drive

    I connected it to my internal paralel cable to an 'in between cable' , a DB25 male male Lisa paralel cable and tested. Works fine! I could install a fresh system on it with the help of my FlopyEmu. 5MB back to live!
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    What ever happend to this Lisa? It is repaired? Would love to have an update.
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    How interesting is the Lisa?

    I’m also a big Lisa fan. I restored one which ones was used at our national broadcast station (NOS). When I got it, it was case and video board only. I acquired the internals of a Lisa 2/10 Then I got a second love….the widget drive. I have two. Not working, but still have hope. Lisa is for me like the start of GUI and serious use of HD. I really love to see how many parts where necessary to get the machine going. In the Netherlands they are also extremely rare. And .. I also own a MISA or Lacintosh.. https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/topic/25212-is-it-a-lisa-is-it-a-macintosh/
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    Apple Profile hard drive

    Some more pictures. Before shipping. To complete the information about this disk. The disk runs at 110V. I have an inverter.
  8. Profile disk I recently acquired a Apple Profile drive. It’s case did got damaged in transit but it was repairable. On YouTube there are some video’s how the disk starts up, so I knew where to look for. I thought it would be nice to film the first and second startup up and have a close up at the stepping motor. I post some pictures and the movies here. If I have news about the actual condition ( will it work....) I will post it also here. Some pictures:
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    Bought myself a Widget drive....

    I found this in the Lisa 2 owners guide: http://www.bitsavers.org/pdf/apple/lisa/owners_manual/Lisa_2_Owners_Guide_1984.pdf Error 85: Disk timeou. In other postings I did see this: So maybe the motor controling board. Sometimes BLU start disk sees the disk. And I see this: It gives a lot of bad blocks.....
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    Bought myself a Widget drive....

    It arrived! Thanks to Shipito. Makes it less expensive to send stuff to Europe. It tested it right away: It spins and NeoWidget sees it as a Widget! That is a good start. But..it is giving a 10726 error or a 85 error. What is strange is that my "sort of working disk" gives the same errors! Could it be my self costumised power supply? Some more:
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    Bought myself a Widget drive....

    These things are very rare, so I take the chance! Keep you posted here!
  12. I know..the changes of getting it running are slim....but I gave myself a change. This was what I found on Ebay: It is on its way the The Netherlands. Some pictures....
  13. This doesn't look like the simple approach I use. Just install VirtualBox on your PC and test. I see things about converting VirtualBox to VWware.... but never needed it. Virtual Box works...out of the box! https://www.howtogeek.com/125640/how-to-convert-virtual-machines-between-virtualbox-and-vmware/ Not sure what you mean? Debian. .as of the OS of the MacIP VM? A virtual Box image on a VM cluster? root@macipgw-vm:~# lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS Release: 16.04 Codename: xenial This is how NAT works on the MacIP VM root@macipgw-vm:~# cat /etc/iptables-save # NAT ROULES FOR MACIPGW. Now active on the MacIPgw VM Ubuntu 16.04 Linux # Generated by iptables-save v1.4.21 on Sun Feb 28 12:12:33 2016 *nat :PREROUTING ACCEPT [5981:1556955] :INPUT ACCEPT [265:46075] :OUTPUT ACCEPT [314:23800] :POSTROUTING ACCEPT [5:280] -A PREROUTING -s -i tun0 -A POSTROUTING -o enp0s3 -j MASQUERADE COMMIT # Completed on Sun Feb 28 12:12:33 2016 # Generated by iptables-save v1.4.21 on Sun Feb 28 12:12:33 2016 *filter :INPUT ACCEPT [139:13510] :FORWARD ACCEPT [0:0] :OUTPUT ACCEPT [75:6546] -A INPUT -s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 23 -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 23 -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-port-unreachable COMMIT # Completed on Sun Feb 28 12:12:33 2016
  14. The MacIPpi solutions are mostly used for bridging TCP/IP over AppleTalk. But it becomes more and more a swiss pocket knive for networking with old Macintosh. So adding samba, PPP and even printing, etc. could be nice goal for future versions. I never ever printed form old Macintosh to modern printers, so it is a little bit off my confprt zone. But I will test.
  15. @sixsevenco You are reading my mind... In my development version of the MacIPPi I have implemented Samba. So you can then use any form of file sharing: AppleShare FTP SCP Windows mounts/ Samba