Re: [NTLK] NCU via Ethernet to Classic under Mac OS X 10.1.3 - broken

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Wed Mar 20 2002 - 13:44:49 EST

Then, as another subscriber suggested, make sure that AppleTalk in Classic
is set to use "Ethernet Built-in". There is no reason that this wouldn't


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On 20/03/02 13:37, "David Abramowitz" <> wrote:

> Historically, I've never had it on, and NCU worked fine. But for shits and > giggles, I tried that too. No dice. > > On 3/20/02 11:24 AM, "Laurent Daudelin" <> > wrote: > >> >> On 20/03/02 11:11, "David Abramowitz" <> wrote: >> >>> Man, this is not my week in Newtonland... >>> >>> So does anybody have this working? I wonder if the 10.1.3 update broke >>> something. Newt is set to Dock via AppleTalk to my PowerBook, but can't seem >>> to find it anymore. All settings have not changed (Appletalk on Newt uses >>> Ethertalk and 3COM card, AppleTalk set to built-in Ethernet in Classic, and >>> NCU set to use AppleTalk). >> >> But is AppleTalk active in OS X, under Network? >> >> -Laurent.

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