Global Village 56k modem for shipping
cisin at xenosoft.com
Sun Jul 29 19:41:24 CDT 2018
Yes, I capisce.
Being "in original box (opened and inspected, not tested), includes power
supply and software on CD (for Mac OS 8)." implies that it's as sent by
the vendor, who sold it configured for Mac, and is less likely to have
I'm just gently chiding you about availability of "standard" cables, which
you probably have a cubic yard of.
But, it IS true that it could have a Mac cable fused to it, with no other
On Sun, 29 Jul 2018, Ed Sharpe wrote:
> wellÂ Â don'tÂ careÂ aboutÂ softwareÂ butÂ itÂ may haveÂ ad aÂ realÂ rs232Â connector on theÂ modemÂ and the macÂ Â cableÂ was an ad onÂ Kapish? Ed#
> In a message dated 7/29/2018 5:16:32 PM US Mountain Standard Time, cctalk at classiccmp.org writes:
>> Global Village Teleport 56kbps fax/modem
>> in original box (opened and inspected, not tested), includes power supply and software on CD (for Mac OS 8).
>> Cable connects to the Mac serial port (round DIN connector)
> On Sun, 29 Jul 2018, Ed Sharpe via cctalk wrote:
>> is there also pcÂ connectÂ cable!?
> He said Mac cable and Mac software.
> If you're feeling adventurous, . . .
> at the modem end of that cable, it might detach from the modem, exposing a DB25F
> Since the PC uses a DB25M, . . .
> although you might want to extend the distance at least a few inches.
> OTOH, if you want AT, not PC, then you would need a DE9F to DB25M cable.
> There might still be some of those on eBay.
> But, software is a whole other issue.
> <-- Sorry, couldn't resist -->
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