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  1. Tindie requires me to manually figure out the shipping for each country. (Its kind of annoying) I've added Hungary as a list of options. Let me know if you have any trouble! I've almost run out of kits, but I should have more assembled units in a week or two.
  2. That's awesome!! Thank you for sharing! The kits are back in stock on Tindie if anyone is interested. The assembled versions will be back in a couple weeks.
  3. @superjer2000 is a genius! He was able to figure out the problem that I've been battling for months with the DaynaPort emulation! The daynaport seems to have a small delay after sending the packet size and flags. On faster Macs, the driver seems to be able to stay caught up if there is no delay. However, the slower Macs need this delay. Another user on the RaSCSI (quentin) disassembled the driver to determine that the driver doing two "Read" calls whenever it reads a packet. He also fixed some of my hacks that could have been causing stability issues. I
  4. As far as I know, there isn't a hard-coded limit anywhere. You should be able to go pretty big. Give it a try!
  5. Note, you'll need to run "sudo apt install libpcap-dev" to build the new version of rascsi.
  6. Hi @jake18125 - I'd recommend trying it again with the latest updates on the daynaport3 branch. I made a couple fixes this afternoon that might help.
  7. I was able to get it to work with system 7.1 with open transport. But, had zero luck with MacTCP. (Probably user error ) What type of machine are you using? On slower machines there is a hack that seems to help a little bit. This functionality is still in Beta, definitely more testing / debugging needed. Hopefully we can get it working!
  8. I recently replaced the drive in my 637CD. I used this combo. System 7 and the recovery CDs wouldn’t initialize it. But, I booted from a System 8 CD, initialized the drive, then ran the original restore cd. If I remember correctly, I had to make the first partition less than 1GB in order for the restore cd to work. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0026OYEEQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_RMZ1A1BBGE6PKNAK267T?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0009X3MNU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_6FA6HHW8P9VCDSZB2FFT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  9. Drop-in HD replacement? No. But, in my option, there is some good documentation on how to get started. The community has made great strides, where you pretty much just need to create a Raspberry Pi OS SD card and run a couple commands to get something going. Plus, if you run into problems, there are a bunch of us on Discord who are always glad to help! So, if you're up for little bit of tinkering, I'd recommend RaSCSI! (Though, I'm very biased )
  10. Looks to be just over 4” (sorry, this is the only ruler I have readily available)
  11. Just FYI for future folks. I too purchased a Wacom artpad II without a pen. These seem to work well for me (and the price is right) AWINNER Official Galaxy Note4 Stylus Touch S Pen for Galaxy Note 4 -Free Lifetime Replacement Warranty (Black-2PC) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01KK5R7YG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_BKSGDZXRNM9NDTQD7RS0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  12. I think in the end, the original power supply was fine. I have an issue where it will take a LOOOONG time to power up if it hasnt been running for a while. I generally have to power it on (it doesn't post - no 'bong'), wait a few minutes, then reset it. I initially assumed it was the power supply. But, even after replacing the power supply with a new ATX one, it still exhibits the same behavior. When I originally fixed it, I didn't have a microscope, so one of these days I'm going to tear it open again and double check my re-cap job and that all of the bodge wires are making good c
  13. So glad you got it working! I'll try to add some pictures of it assembled. That's definitely something that is useful!
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