NeXTSTEP 3.3 Web Browser
mtapley at swri.edu
Wed Nov 11 20:50:41 CST 2015
On Nov 11, 2015, at 5:45 PM, Kyle Owen <kylevowen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good to know. Thanks for the confirmation! And you're running NeXTSTEP 3.3,
> The two MegaPixel displays I have are both functional with some burn in,
> but they still seem pretty bright. However, one has a very apparent warble,
> but it was getting better after leaving it on for a while. I'm sure it had
> been a long time since it was powered up.
Mine looked unusably fuzzy when first turned on. I sighed and left it on, and it has “cleaned up” remarkably. I’m somewhat curious what causes that. Warble wasn’t much of a problem, but it seems pretty solid now.
You know about the Lighthouse Design suite of applications, right? Presentation, spreadsheet, word processor, drawing program, etc.
Don’t forget the license strings.
I’m also very partial to WriteNow, if you are able to find a copy of it.
Licensing will be a *real* issue, but a version of Mathematica 3 will also run on that system. No idea where you could possibly find a copy of that, but it’s pretty cool and remarkably capable.
> I don't know if it's related, but that's a very peculiar broadcast
> address for that address-and-netmask. (I'd expect to see 127 in the
> last octet, rather than 126.)
That is good to know. I mucked around a long time before I finally .rtfd’d ( :-) ) and may have left something in a non-standard state.
I can ftp, telnet, ssh, etc to the machine and from it using IP addresses; I have not tried using machine names. I can surf using Omniweb when I have something else to do while it loads, and routinely hit the Dilbert Zone, Distributed.net websites, etc.. The distributed net client successfully gets new work units, except that when I ssh (as opposed to telnet, which works) into the machine and request an update, it sometimes “goes wild” and tries to download a near-infinite (until I open another terminal session and kill the distributed net job) number of work units.
Should I try to fix that broadcast address? Or maybe, ask my IT guys whether it should be that way?
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