Re: [NTLK] Connectivity, NewTen and so forth

From: Woody Smith <>
Date: Fri Jul 14 2006 - 18:17:27 EDT

NCU in classic can use ethernet
Escale can use tcp/ip and can install via ethernet.
You can connect to your mac via your LAN with Newt's Cape on the
newts side and Personal Web sharing on the OS X side.
The Latter two require that you have your Newt ethernet ready, see
wikiwikinewt for setup guidelines and for links to Escale <http://>
and Newts Cape <>.

For personal web sharing look in "user/sites" in os x. create new
folder for Newton packages.


On Jul 14, 2006, at 4:52 PM, Jim Felder wrote:

> I'm using NewTen to connect with OS X and download packages. I
> skipped loading in Classic when I installed 10.4 because at the time
> I wasn't using a single Classic app. Now, I find that to fully
> communicate with the Newton, I've got to go back and reinstall.
> I've read that there are a few connection solutions like bluetooth
> and rendezvous that will connect the Mac and the Newton, but is there
> anything non-serial that will transfer data in addition to packages?
> Thanks,
> Jim

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