15311Re: Holiday party/swap in 3 weeks(!) -- who needs what? WTD
- Dec 2, 2009Localtalk transcievers were known as phonenet because it used RJ-11 wiring -- let me rummage around in some boxes, I'm sure I have a few -- are you looking for the mini-din type (more common) or the 9-pin (Mac plus only, more rare) ?
(Oh, all the stuff I threw away in 2002, now I need it all)....
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jim Scheef <scheefj@...> wrote:
> I'm currently looking for Apple networking gear:
> - PC ISA LocalTalk/AppleTalk card
> - AAUI transceivers, 10BaseT and/or 10Base2/thincoax (need two)
> - AAUI transceivers, PhoneNet (if such a thing existed)
> - LocalTalk/AppleTalk software for PC
> - PhoneNet tranceivers/adapters
> Of course I am always on the lookout for any non-IBM OS/2 software and
> for OS/2 applications.
> Last I need another PCjr sidecar network adapter (IBM Cluster)
> Let me know off list if you have any of these items and what you might
> want for trade.
> Ray Sills wrote:
> > On Nov 21, 2009, at 11:00 AM, B Degnan wrote:
> > > <snip>
> > > Macintosh OS disks 7.0 set (copy or originals any 7.0x).
> > > I can also bring the computer (it's an older SE) if you just want to
> > > load the OS and keep your disks.
> > >
> > </snip>
> > Hi Bill:
> > A while back (a couple years), I donated a bunch of Apple stuff to
> > MARCH, including a couple "pizza box" Macs, along with a collection of
> > 3.5" floppies in 5x8 card holder plastic boxes (they work just fine
> > for 3.5" disks). I'm pretty sure there is a set or two of OS 7
> > install disks in the collection. It's likely in some boxes somewhere,
> > maybe in the basement storage area.
> > 73 de Ray
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