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  1. Better yet, design a combo board with 50MHz 030/FPU, Graphics and Ethernet/Wifi. One can dream, right?
  2. Hi! Will there be preprogrammed sets to solder at some point? Is that even possible? Cheers, Jörg
  3. Nice! So there is a generic driver in mac OS for SCSCI-Lan adapters?
  4. …and I thought my ideas were a little whacky.
  5. Thinking about it, an external enclosure has it's merits. Maybe one could put the 68net, the scsi2SD (with easier access to the SD card) and a raspberry pi zero into it and velcro it to the back of the SE/30… One would need a reeeeally short SCSI Cable though, and somehow 5V form inside the case.
  6. Well yeah, it's an all in one! With neat cabling, this should be a nice addition. Maybe the pi would need an external antenna or wifi dongle outside the case because all the interference of the crt? Picture this: I'm doing the protocols at my local firefighter station, when there are official gatherings etc. How cool would it be to turn up with an SE/30, do the protocol and print it immediately on the wireless printer . This thing is from 1990! Uh, where's my copy of Framemaker! Hmmm, is there a way to share a cups driver as a AppleTalk LaserWriter? And since all is rev
  7. *g* No, no problem. Just had that Idea. Just how to hide it all in the SE/30… maybe take the board out of a really small switch and put it in there, too. The is a lot of space where the HD used to be.
  8. A small board with pins to solder into the board and a ribbon cable connector plug would be nice, yes. I just posted another Idea in the other SCSI to ethernet thread: Wouldn't it be great if one would put a raspi 3A or something in there too, running an AppleTalk Server for the SE? And a lighthttpd so you can configure it with netscape from the SE/30 side? Then, one could route the connection over the Wifi of the Raspi, which could also provide a smb share over Wifi… The problem would lie in the RJ45 connection. Maybe a loopback cable that would only be con
  9. I'd like to have the adapter inside my SE/30, daisy chained to the SCSI2SD. Wouldn't it be great if one would put a raspi 3A or something in there too, running an AppleTalk Server for the SE? And a lighthttpd so you can configure it with netscape from the SE/30 side? Then, one could route the connection over the Wifi of the Raspi, which could also provide a smb share over Wifi… Just a thought.
  10. Great project! Would it be possible to design an internal version for the SE/30? Thanks, Jörg
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