In a blog post at the RetroMacCast, I mentioned I’d picked up up an Apple LaserWriter 16/600 back in Nov’09, and getting it on my network New Years Eve 2009. As I said the printer came with an ethernet adaptor, so no problems putting it on the network, but without a control panel on the printer, how was I to set it up on my network so that my modern Mac and Linux PCs could find it, and print to it.
September 5th, 2013No Comments, Manuals, PDFs, by Michael.
Another interesting find while plundering the treasures of eBay. “Apple Computer Inc . EDVT (Engineering Design Verification Test) ETHERNET ADAPTER CARD” In my day job I have to produce documentation, as well as review documents produced by others, and it never ceases to amaze me how much extraneous verbiage people pad their work out with. I’ve always attempted to keep my documents succinct and relevant to the task at hand, so I was delighted when I came across this document in eBay. Now that I’ve dropped it onto the scanner and OCRed it, it’s now posted here for others to enjoy.
Thinking about the issues I had with setting up my KryoFlux USB FDD controller on my venerable Power Mac QuickSilver 2002, got me cogitating over the “How old is Retro?” argument. Many say the rule-of-thumb is 10 years. On that basis, my QS2002 qualifies as the QS2002 range was released January 2002 as an update to the previous QuickSilver Power Macs, and ended July 2002, and then replaced by the “Mirror Door” series. but . . . . . .
September 28th, 2012No Comments, Archiving, Mac 512K, by Michael.
Finally (and about time too), I got around to setting up my KryoFlux Disk USB Floppy Controller. http://www.kryoflux.com/ The USB controller has been sitting in its box for over a year now, and the spare 1/2 day arrived, and I hooked it up to my miniServer.