[NTLK] [Spam] Re: Newton Works and Internet

Dan dan at dbdigitalweb.com
Wed Oct 8 18:28:32 EDT 2014


Just as a side note the Newton CAN do wireless encryption but only WEP
64bit if I remember right.  WEP 128 or any other format will fail.  I
know it is debatable but in general some (broken) encryption is better
than nothing at all.  However I also agree that try to get it going
without encryption then go from there.

On 10/8/2014 5:58 PM, arceeHS wrote:
> Luke, I can't help with NewtonWorks but when you set up your wireless
> card do it without wireless encryption. You will be far more likely to
> be successful that way.
> 
> arceehs
> 
> On 10/8/14, Luke Seabrook <lseabrook333 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I just got a MessagePad 2100 in a 2000 housing (newtonsales, don't ask) and
>> I wanted to use it as a graphing calculator. I've installed the newton works
>> extension but it won't accept my handwriting input or the double tap
>> keyboard thingy. Anyone know a way round?
>> Also I have a Lucent wavelan card. I've set it up as a My Apple Newton said
>> but it won't connect, I set up my base station to accept WEP connection. I
>> think it might be because of the ad-hoc / infrastructure setting, I wasn't
>> sure which one to choose.
>>



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