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    99% just for luls, but.... If I were to try to...

    99% just for luls, but....

    If I were to try to rationalize it (ha), it would be nice to have a modern TCP stack and services on one side, but Apple's AFP implementation running over real RS-422...
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    Got my IIci working. Yay.

    8 megs and a network card. It'll be interesting to see how well System 7 runs under Basilisk II on NetBSD, once I have more RAM in it. Assuming Basilisk II will run stuff directly on the CPU and...
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    The card is buggy. It doesn't work at all in my...

    The card is buggy. It doesn't work at all in my ROM3 machine. It does *appear* to work in my ROM1 machine, although others have said it is unstable for them even in ROM1 boxen.

    I switched to a...
  4. How about SCSI then? That's the route I'm taking...

    How about SCSI then? That's the route I'm taking with my Model 25 (8086). Solves the problem of not having any internal disk drive power connectors, too (external SCSI drive).

    If you've got a 16...
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    Huh, I could've sworn I'd dropped a dx4/100 into...

    Huh, I could've sworn I'd dropped a dx4/100 into a Tandy 486 of some sort years ago and it worked alright. But you are correct, I checked the docs and what you say is true!
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    Compaq Prolinea 4/50

    So I recently reacquired an old Prolinea 4/50 that I gave away many years ago. This is a little newer than what I generally enjoy, but the $0 price was right! And it's a cute little subcompact...
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    Me: Please make sure that everything is wrapped...

    Me: Please make sure that everything is wrapped up good in plenty of bubble wrap and that the heavy items won't crush anything. I'll pay a little extra for shipping if needed.

    Guy: *Randomly...
  8. Cool. Take all the electronics out. Run...

    Cool.



    Take all the electronics out. Run it through the dishwasher.



    I dunno. :(
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    Are they really proprietary, or do they actually...

    Are they really proprietary, or do they actually behave like shugart disks instead of using the "twisted cable" hack? I was under the impression that if you jumpered a 720k regular PC disk drive to...
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    WTB: 8-bit ISA SCSI card with boot rom.

    Preferably with an external connector, and preferably DB-25, but I can make my own external connector/adapter if needed.
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    I don't think it's an upgrade card. There's no...

    I don't think it's an upgrade card. There's no provision to plug into the 8088/6 CPU socket, nor are there any contacts on the edge connector. My guess is a SBC that maybe just draws power from the...
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    Isn't that is "the" Tandy 1000? Not the 1000A,...

    Isn't that is "the" Tandy 1000? Not the 1000A, but the original first one. And a fairly low serial number, too.
  13. Nice!!!

    Nice!!!
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    If I were a betting man, I'd bet good money that...

    If I were a betting man, I'd bet good money that it'll be Linux-based, and derived from FOSS in general. China in general doesn't innovate, they just copy/steal.
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    Stranger Things? Interesting show.

    Stranger Things? Interesting show.
  16. Welp, I got my IIgs disk drives working.

    Yay.

    If you're really bored (yay for Monday nights), please feel free to join me on this magical journey of "I don't know what the heck I am doing", via the black arts of YouTubery. :3

    ...
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    I film a lot of stuff, but I find that I never...

    I film a lot of stuff, but I find that I never seem to have time to actually *edit* it into something worth posting.

    Too many projects, not enough time. D:
  18. Small Update: In their ebay listing, it says...

    Small Update: In their ebay listing, it says that it's supposed to show up as a 7Mb card in ROM3 boxen. But I can't get far enough to see if that is the case, heh.
  19. Is the GGLabs RAMGS/8 incompatible with ROM3 machines?

    Hey guys. Just got a new IIgs loot haul and put my ROM3 board into a case.

    Swapped the RAMGS/8 out of my ROM1 box into the ROM3, and it was super unstable. Once got a 0681 system error (bad...
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    Have you tried running it through the dish...

    Have you tried running it through the dish washer? Tie it to the rack so it won't get down in the spinny thing, and use a good grease-cutting dish soap.
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    I don't know anything about your particular...

    I don't know anything about your particular system, but it's possible that you might jack your bus speed all up if you mess with the CPU frequency in a way that the system wasn't designed for, with...
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    I've never tried Brave, but I do often use the...

    I've never tried Brave, but I do often use the Dissenter browser, which is a fork of Brave with some built-in extensions.

    I've never had any trouble with scammy skeeviness from it.
  23. Wow, that right-angle PCB jobbie looks a lot...

    Wow, that right-angle PCB jobbie looks a lot better than I was expecting!

    Nice job.
  24. I have some ISA proto cards whose brackets have a...

    I have some ISA proto cards whose brackets have a break-out section (kinda like you see on electrical junction boxes) that's set up so you can break it out for different sizes of d-sub connector. ...
  25. What qualifies as "not low volume"? Could...

    What qualifies as "not low volume"? Could several of us do a group buy?
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