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Apple Macintosh Classic II

Model M4150 (for UK), 4MB RAM, 80MB SCSI HDD. System Software B1-7.0.1. It was used as a word processor primarily around 1995.

ToDo

Repairs

Interoperability

Macintosh relies on multi-stream files on filesystem, which makes file exchange a little cumbersome. It's best to keep files either in text, .hqx or Apple Double, binary representation.

What works:

What's somewhat works:

What didn't work:

Connectivity

RS-232 is known to be more error-prone than RS-422, even on short distance. USB RS-232 is readily available, so the only trick is a short and shielded serial cable.

Networking

For System 7, MacTCP 2.0.x and MacPPP 2.0.1 are known to work. I found a few resouces: