AppleTalk & CAP
dholland at woh.rr.com
Mon Apr 4 21:23:49 CDT 2005
I thought I'd throw a note out here before I give up for the evening....
(And hope there's an appropriate answer waiting for me in the
morning. :-) )
Has anyone done anything w/ CAP and Apple IIgs's lately, and have any
good guesses why files created on the Unix "share" (from the GS of
course) appear to loose their filetypes? The .finderinfo,
and .resource directories are there, and clean, but CAP appears to be
storing the wrong data in .finderinfo.
Does this happen to ring any bells w/ anyone?
Yes, I know CAP is moldy, old, and from what I can tell unsupported. I
had to port the raw network layer to a modern version of Linux. But it
appears to be working but for the above problem.
Why CAP? Cause I can't get my Fastpath4 bridge to talk anything but
AppleTalk Phase 1, and Linux/NetAtalk only do Phase 2. (Apparently the
FP4 doesn't calculate checksums correctly either, btw) <grumble>
(And no, I don't want to bring up a Solaris box. <spithewie>)
PS: At least the IIgs is on-topic. :-)
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