Subject: Re: on after power fail.
To: John Klos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Daan Goedkoop <email@example.com>
Date: 08/23/2004 20:01:27
John Klos wrote:
> >> Ah. I suspect this is a case of my remembering the functionality being
> >> present in the Quadra machines, but it having a different mechanism
> >> depending on the model. I know for certain that the Quadra 700 (and it's IIci
> >> predecessor), the Quadra 800, and at least the first year of IIsi machines
> >> had the rotatable power button-- use of those models was a requirement
> >> for the Apple Internet Router servers I installed a plethora of back in
> >> those days. :-) (As was Macsbug with an "auto-reboot" config... ;-)
> Does anyone know what the OF setting is for this? It'd be nice; I've
> already had one powerdown without powerup on a colocated 9600 - made me
> wonder if I should just plug in an ADB keyboard and put a fat rubber band
> around it which holds down the power button...
Cant you also put a wire into two of the pins of the ADB connector? I
believed the power on key does nothing more than shortcutting two pins,
used by a schematic to power up a Mac when the phone rings.
P.S. Sorry, the apostroph key doesnt work in X on this computer :-(