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  1. I decided to use the method found in a reply on my thread/tutorial for using serial for internet on a mac. This shows details on how to use a Raspberry PI instead of a mac to achieve the same result. Everything went just fine, but again, I cannot access any outside domains. MacWeb returns "cannot resolve host". I could be missing several things, but I am not nearly educated enough to solve this problem. I've checked, and the raspberry pi does have internet. Here are the contents of my PPPd script: pi@FireWebServer ~ $ cat /usr/local/bin/runpppd #!/bin/bash echo Waiting on ttyUSB0 while [ ! -c /dev/ttyUSB0 ]; do sleep 1 done echo Starting ppd /usr/sbin/pppd \ /dev/ttyUSB0 \ 57600 \ debug \ noauth \ local \ passive \ xonxoff \ nodetach \ ms-dns \ echo Restarting PPPd cd / sudo ./usr/local/bin/runpppd When I try to access a site, the RiPi's ethernet LED does not appear to be doing anything, which could mean a forwarding issue as well... Any help would be greatly appreciated, and would further help with testing and development of my site "NoCSS".
  2. Anyone seen this and/or tried it out? It's a board that goes into the Apple II Slot to add a Raspberry Pi to it, done around 2013.... What is Apple II Pi? http://schmenk.is-a-geek.com/wordpress/?p=167 Apple II Pi Board: http://schmenk.is-a-geek.com/wordpress/?p=151 Apple II Pi System Software: http://schmenk.is-a-geek.com/wordpress/?p=135 Apple II Pi Utility Software: http://schmenk.is-a-geek.com/wordpress/?p=125 Apple II + Raspberry Pi = Apple II Pi : http://schmenk.is-a-geek.com/wordpress/?p=88
  3. With the advent of the Quad Core R-Pi 2 and the $5 R-Pi:0, emulating a 68K Mac should be improved on this hardware. So, in asking, what do you prefer: Sheepshaver, Balisk, something else? Compile your own or prepackaged like on RetroPie or Chameleon Pi? Which Model: A, A+, B, B+, Pi 2, Pi 0? Which OS - Wheezy or Jessie (though for the Pi 2 and Pi 0 - Jessie is mandatory)? In short, what has worked for you?
  4. Someone decided to put together a parts list and 3D printer files for a compact Mac based on a Raspberry Pi and Mini vMac: https://learn.adafruit.com/mini-mac-pi/ While the resolution of the screen is only 320x240, it scrolls so it can support a higher resolution. The screen is color and the emulation can support color, too. Sound and networking isn't working yet, but people can get that working with a little effort.
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    Raspberry Pi Modem

    From the album: My Macs