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  1. Hi all ! Lot of things happened since my last message : christmas, COVID ( ), lot of work, and I'm currently moving house ! Everything is working well apart from receiving packets I have a little problem understanding a part of the protocol. I'll work on it when I'll finish moving house ! I'll keep you posted as soon as possible I attached a screenshot of wireshark showing packet sent by the mac via 68net
  2. I was not aware of that indeed. I just had a quick look. If I understand well the ENET driver is not a hardware driver but communicates directly with the hardware drivers. If I understand well this sums up as : Mac TCP -> ENET driver -> Nuvotech driver -> SCSI -> 68net Any feedback on this understanding ?
  3. You're right @cheesestraws ! The fact that you see LAN on the screenshot is the fact that each SCSI device has a type https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCSI_Peripheral_Device_Type and that's what SCSI Probe checks. But it does not mean mac os will support this device out of the box
  4. A little post to keep you updated. I've been busy with work and personal time recently but here is a quick update. I have a few things to fix for rev B, mostly things around USB that prevented DFU to work correctly. But nothing hard to fix and that prevents me to work on the software side. The SCSI part is working well as you can see on the following screen Next steps are implement the protocol to communicate with the driver on mac os. I'll keep you updated !
  5. Did you check the address bus lines conductivity between the cpu and the glu chip ? I had a similar issue and it was linked to this : https://ronangaillard.github.io/posts/my-mac-se30-is-back-alive/
  6. That makes perfect sense. Any ideas of what's the name of the HDI-30 connector ? I can't find it on DK. Maybe it has another name ?
  7. What do you mean by good enough ? What are the downsides of cheap adapters apart from hot unplugging ? I see your point. Do you know if any of the good connectors you suggest are still on production ? Very good idea ! Thanks a lot for your support ! Yes I guess a little cleaning was needed, thanks !
  8. I did not even notice So I guess designing a cheap (< $10) HD30 to DB25 could be a good idea
  9. I did not know about that, nice ! I wonder if designing one would be worth it ? Pros : - fast to design - cheaper (especially because the one you suggest does not cheap to EU) If I can't find one to buy on ebay I'll do this little project I think
  10. You mean Powerbook 190 right ? I just bought a powerbook 150 so I should be able to test and design an adapter for this connector
  11. Congrats on all the work done ! I'm really impressed ! Good luck for the future of this project
  12. Sorry I'm not sure to understand what you mean ?
  13. Juste received the PCB from China, next step is soldering and testing !
  14. I just received today my digikey order, and I should receive my jlcpcb in the evening. So in the nest 10 days I should be able to let you know what is the status of the project and if I need a new revision of the board before getting to to the final version. I'l let you know soon !
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