Subject: Re: SONIC LC/PDS TwP Ethernet Troubles
To: Sean-Paul Rees <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 12/07/1998 22:18:43
If I might interject,
eBay doesn't require a Credit Card #. It just wants your name and
address, you send checks to the people you buy from through snail mail.
Just trying to help!
>Subject: Re: SONIC LC/PDS TwP Ethernet Troubles
>Sent: 12/8/98 3:07 AM
>Received: 12/7/98 10:15 PM
>From: Sean-Paul Rees, firstname.lastname@example.org
>To: Bob Nestor, email@example.com
>CC: port-mac68k, firstname.lastname@example.org
>On Mon, 7 Dec 1998, Bob Nestor wrote:
>> Sean-Paul Rees <email@example.com> wrote:
>> This looks a lot like the NewerTech LC10. Did you have to install a
>> special Ethernet driver under MacOS to get it to work, or does it run
>> with the standard Apple driver? Have you tried it on a PowerMac, or just
>> a 68k Mac? If it's based on the NewerTech LC10 it will only work under
>> MacOS with the special driver they provide and it will only work on a 68k
>> Mac. And if it's this card I suspect you'll have a long way to go to get
>> it working under NetBSD.
>It worked just fine with the MacOS standard driver. It won't run in a
>PowerMac, because of the LC slot. I plugged it in, and hit the Networks
>control panel. It was quick and easy.
>> I'm surprised you couldn't find a less expensive card that is supported.
>> There have been a bunch of Apple LC/PDS cards offered on eBay recently
>> and they go for $30-$45, plus they work under NetBSD.
>Even with all this new enryption software and all the whatnot, I am still
>uncomfortable with the idea of transmitting my CC # out over the world.
>Call me paranoid, I guess its all the dramaticized stories that I've seen
>through the media.
Artaficial Intelligence is no match for Natural Stupidity