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  • Birthday 08/23/1986

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  1. Hello! My Macintosh SE has a Farallon EtherMac SE card in it. This installation of System 7 has been used on and off for about 8 years, with no hardware changes. I have 4 MB of RAM installed, running 7.0.1 . I have used Fetch 2.1.2 many times in the past to download or upload files to my FreeNAS server. It's running FreeNAS 8.3.2. Lately, I have not been able to complete a download. I can poke through directories and never run into any issues. But when I start a download, it will begin to download the file at like 4096 bytes a second, get about 70k of the down
  2. Here’s a bad pic of a hard to reach spot... but here is a color comparison of how the white/gray putty looks dried compared to the yellowed front of an internal zip drive.
  3. You can sand that screw hole down, use some JB Weld "SteelStik" (an epoxy putty that dries white-ish gray, or use something similar) smash the putty into the hole, and then make a flat & textured surface on the front by pressing the battery cover into it, or a foam sponge. It's such a small ding that it shouldn't be so bad to repair like that. https://www.jbweld.com/product/steelstik-epoxy-putty-stick
  4. The mac garden page for "macrecorder-hypersound-soundedit" has a link to an hqx file with instructions to build your own adapter. I'm at work at the moment or I could open the file and get the schematic for here.
  5. Here's the 15mm fan that goes with that for example, Macintosh SE 1/2 AA battery and Pi Zero for scale.
  6. I’ve finally finished this model after two years of working on it 7/18/18 is the date in fusion360! Macintosh Quadra 700 micro for the pi zero https://p3d.in/u/zero82386 This final version just needs 4 M2 2.5x3 knurled nuts and 4 M2 screws to hold your board in place. Optionally you might want an LED and a switch so you can use the button(s). I have not come up with a good solution to mount the lid, however I painted mine and it fits snug. Thinking about adding magnets. The case has room for the board to sit flush even if you solde
  7. That disk is for intel based systems, your going to need to find one for the G5 explicitly or a PowerBook G4 / Mac Mini G4 Disc
  8. That looks like Snow Leopard 10.6 if I am not mistaken, which won't run on a PowerPC G5, You'll need a Leopard 10.5 disk.
  9. Works fine over ethernet. Took a bit of fiddling though. At first, the AppleShare folders showed up just fine, but none of the web routing worked. However, changing the IP address to something on my local network range, and pointing it to my actual router, let me use the VM as a proxy without issue. Now I just need to get JPEGview on the mac so I can actually see what WRP is feeding me Thanks again!
  10. I'm curious to this as well. I don't know how to search this kind of question. I needed screws to mount an internal Zip, and couldn't find anything that matched -- except for four of those standoffs that are on the sides of serial/parallel/vga ports, etc. Not much help because I don't know what those are called either haha. But maybe those have an easier to find thread spec?
  11. Thanks for your work on this! I have used stunnel and WRP in the past to bring some modern internet to my iMac G3 and a OS/2 box. I don't have the host machine set up anymore but I already have a virtualbox host up, so this is great.
  12. Hey! I think it's the Mac SE Bus Card https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/apple-computer-mac-se-bus-pc-drive-169674199 https://wiki.preterhuman.net/Macintosh_SE-Bus_PC_Drive_Card
  13. gotcha. I think I'm going to play around with this and see if I can get some of those features running on my SE with a Farallon EtherMacSE. I've used it over ethernet in the past just fine for FTP and Telnet, but a pre-built solution for WRP at least is pretty cool.
  14. I'm performing a bit of necromancy in here, but a question on this, does this work with ethernet equipped macs or strictly localtalk bridged macs? Thanks!
  15. I used that guide to get System 7 up on a Pi Zero W. It worked great, but like @dcr said, it needs to be launched from raspbian. It was about as slow as macintosh classic II. I think without the GUI OS in the background it would have been more responsive. For what it's work it worked pretty good, just used 100% of the cpu the whole time, so there was not much multitasking going on.
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