Subject: Re: IP Masquerade and NetaTalk
To: None <port-atari@NetBSD.ORG>
From: J.D.Coleman <J.D.Coleman@newcastle.ac.uk>
Date: 11/29/1996 12:19:39
> Peter Ross wrote:
> The other is called
> Netatalk. This allows a Unix box to have AppleTalk Server capabilities.
Leo Weppelman wrote:
> I thought there was some talk about this on the mac68k list a while
> back (the most natural source in this case ;-) ). *If* they have it,
> using it for the atari-port should be trivial.
There is a Netatalk porting effort underway. There is a mailing list for
discussing it - to subscribe, visit http://www.fugue.com/netbsd-atalk.
It's almost completely machine independent - the only machine dependent
part is to allow the appletalk stack to receive soft interrupts. The
MD diffs for i386, sparc and amiga are trivial, so I imagine the atari
ones will be also. The port is mostly working and is available at
I'm going to try it on my NetBSD/sparc at work as I (still) haven't got
around to putting NetBSD on my TT :( If anyone is interested, I can keep
them posted of developments. Also, if anyone wants to see the previous
messages on the atalk list, I have them archived.
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