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  • Portland, OR
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A look into a home server setup
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I posted this a few minutes ago on my blog. I'm thinking I should probably add more content regarding keeping legacy systems in harmony with modern ones. Any feedback? …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris May 11, 2015.

Server space

Hi folks. I'm always looking to help the community out in any way I can. What I have currently is CPU time. I have Mac Pro server with excess capacity, in regard to CPU, drive space, and RAM at this…Continue

Started Mar 31, 2015

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"I was able to get network logins to work. Now I'm redoing my netboot images to use the LDAP server so I can use said net logins. Neato."
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netboot

Building up my netboot and netinstall library. Makes it awfully convenient to test machines.
Feb 15
Chris posted a status
"Just posted my vintage software collection images. http://www.tauceti.org/vintage.html"
Feb 14
Chris replied to Jeremy Clayton-Travis's discussion Classic on a MDG4 in the group Mac OS 9
"It's great you are able to boot 9 on those. That must be speedy. I remember my families G4 / 400 that booted 9...that was pure speed. "
Feb 8
Chris replied to James's discussion Episode 453: Turkey Macs
"The 601 based machines didn't impress me. I had a 6100/60 AV. Boy, what a slow poke that was. "
Feb 7
Chris replied to Jeremy Clayton-Travis's discussion Classic on a MDG4 in the group Mac OS 9
"I know this is quite the old thread, but I was under the impression that the G4 Macs that can boot OS 9 are quite limited. That is, not every G4 Mac will boot OS 9. For example, the G4 Mac Mini. That's OSX only. The iMacs were that way as well,…"
Feb 7
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Mac OS 9

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Feb 7
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Apple Store, downtown Portland OR

"I live a few miles from here, and have only been maybe twice. It's always mobbed. Quite popular. "
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setup2018

"My post-divorce setup in my apartment. It was a rough 2017. Slowly rebuilding. "
Feb 1
Chris posted a status
"I've been gone a long time. I got divorced around this time last year, rough transition. Slowly rebuilding."
Feb 1

Profile Information

When did you get your first Mac?
1989
How many Macs do you own?
5
What is your website?
http://www.tauceti.org
What's your favorite Mac of all time?
Mac IIci
How did you hear about RetroMacCast?
iTunes

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Eric Parker Interview

I was able to chat with Eric Parker for an "interview" Check it out! https://www.tauceti.org/wiki/pages/u8J6o5K0g/Eric_Parker_Interview.html

Posted on March 20, 2016 at 12:28am

Guest access fixed for classic software

Hey everyone, FWIW guest access on my classic share is fixed. Connect to afp://www.tauceti.org as guest (should mount automatically, if not mount the "classic" share) and have a look. 

Posted on February 2, 2016 at 1:14pm — 8 Comments

LCII hard drive replacement

I picked up an LCII awhile back, not sure if I posted about it here or not. Anyway, I had System 7 all installed up and boom...the hard drive dies. Yikes. I was able to find another SCSI drive on eBay for uh...too much...I've yet to reinstall the system. I was using an old iBook G3 with MacOS 9 to restore the System 7 disk images onto floppies on at a time. I had so many bad floppies I ended up having to use the same darn one. That's right, image, install, eject, re-image, eject, install,…

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Posted on January 17, 2016 at 8:31pm — 4 Comments

Classic Apps

If you're interested, you can connect to tauceti.org via AFP, connect as guest, and mount "classic". It has quite a bit of classic Macintosh software you may find handy. 

Posted on December 8, 2015 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

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