From: Adriano (adriano.angelillis_at_gmail.com)
Date: Sat Mar 12 2005 - 08:57:40 PST
i have a ethernet hub too, but my MP2100 always failed to achieve any
kind of connection to the desktop.
Instead i successfully connected the MessagePad directly to the Desktop
using a ethernet crossed pair cable.
In a year i never find useful ethernet connection, instead the serial
connection at 230K is more stable, a bit faster (tha WiFi and Bluetooth
too), and packages of any kind never fail to D/L and install to the
There are softwares on Unna which will help you to share the internet
connection linking to the Newton via serial keeping your eyes closed.
Just take a look on a previous NTLK mail for the links on Unna, as
requested from another user.
Il giorno 12/mar/05, alle 17:28, Alex Santos ha scritto:
My struggles to get the newton on the internet continue.
I use an eMac OSX 10.3.8 mac and it distributes internet via my
ethernet hub to my LAN (small).
I am trying to manually configure the newton's internet setup.
I would like to know if anyone has had any luck. This is the second
time in a few months where I attempt jumping the newton on the highway
and I not having much success.
A kind soul sent me an email a few weeks ago outlining in detail a
manual internet setup. For some reason after reformatting my eMac's HD
I was unable to recover his email from my library backup. Could repost
or send me off-list the instructions once again, and this time I will
print a hard copy.
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