[NTLK] Einstein Network Emulation
mm at matthiasm.com
Thu Jul 15 06:54:27 EDT 2010
On 14.07.2010, at 19:33, Morgan Aldridge wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 9:12 AM, Morgan Aldridge
> <morgant at makkintosshu.com> wrote:
>> I have the Network Support Pre-release for 10.5 installed and working
>> I'm getting a -48807 error
>> (http://tools.unna.org/errors/query.php?code=-48807) upon clicking
>> "Network" toolbar icon (or selecting Platform -> Switch Network Card)
>> instead of the "PCMCIA Ethernet" dialog.
> Okay, I now have success. Here's what I did (I'm using the ROM from my
> US MessagePad 2100 & the Einstein Network Support Pre-release for Mac
> OS X 10.5):
> 0) Verified that "Network Driver" was set to "User Mode" in Einstein's
> 1) Installed Eckhart Köppen's Path-71J059 (Patch.pgk), quit &
> relaunched Einstein
> 2) Installed NIE2's Internet Enabler (inetenbl.pkg), quit & relaunched Einstein
> 3) Installed NIE2's Internet Setup (inetstup.pkg), quit & relaunched Einstein
> 4) Installed NIE2's Newton Devices (newtdev.pkg), quit & relaunched Einstein
> 5) Installed NIE2's Ethernet Support (enetsup.pkg), quit & relaunched Einstein
> 6) Installed NE2K.pkg, quit & relaunched Einstein
> 7) Clicked the "Network" button in Einstein's toolbar
> The "PCMCIA Ethernet" card dialog popped up as it's supposed to.
> I then configured Ethernet in Internet Setup to match my Mac OS X's
> TCP/IP settings, followed by the installation of Courier (no
> relaunching of Einstein needed):
> 1) Installed NTox 1.9 (NTox.pkg)
> 2) Installed ZLib 1.1 (ZLib.pkg)
> 3) Installed NHttpLib 3.5 (NHttpLib.pkg)
> 4) Installed Courier 1.1.1 (Courier.pkg)
> Clicked Courier, entered http://matthiasm.com/test.html and connected
> via my new Ethernet setup. Worked like a charm!
> Also tried loading a few other sites, including
> http://www.unna.org/unna. As you mentioned, most sites get cut off and
> don't load completely.
Thanks for the step-by-step instructions. Very useful. I don't know why the previous error occurred. The sites should not get cut off anymore. I thought I fixed that, but I guess I have to take another look. It's important to remember though that the Newton has only 4 Megs of RAM which is not much space at all for todays web sites.
Thanks again for checking the version out.
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