on 28/06/02 23:42, David Firth at djfirth_at_earthlink.net wrote:
>> I use the keyspan dual adapter and an iBook 600mhz dual USB and it
>> works well. Do you have the control panel for the keyspan installed and
>> set-up? I don't recall what one does but you have to go mess with the
>> control panel before it lets you use the ports.
> Yes. Control panel installed and port 1 is set to be the printer port of a
> serial Mac. The Keyspan serial digital assistant can see the adapter. That
> side of things looks fine.
> When I start NCU or NBU and want to do anything, it tells me to initiate
> communication from my Newton. This is where I get stuck. In your case, what
> do you do (in detail) at this point?
I'm assuming you are, but are you sure you're using a real serial cable, not
a modem one?
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