On 18/03/02 10:44, "James Lopez" <jimmlop_at_mac.com> wrote:
> Yea, I had downloaded NCKit instead of utilities. Newbie confusion...
> But I must have NCU in order to install pkgst? i understand there are
> some other sync utilities as well. But as far as installation this is
That must be a FAQ!!! If you have a Newton running the Newton OS 2.0 or
better, you need Newton Connection Utilities, version 1.0. Once you launched
NCU, yes, you need to initiate a connection from the "Dock" on your Newton
before you can install any package.
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