Re: Which netatalk?
Hauke Fath <hauke <at> Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>
2008-10-30 19:33:59 GMT
At 11:07 Uhr +0100 30.10.2008, Bjarne Bäckström wrote:
> I've installed 4.0 on a LCIII machine, that is primarily intended
>to work as a "bridge" for Appletalking between old and new Macs. I
>had netatalk-asun running fine under NetBSD 2.1. Is it still possible
>to use that one, or should I compile one from pkgsrc? If the latter,
>which one would you recommend?
Provided you have the necessary COMPAT* options in your kernel's config,
the old netatalk binaries should run just fine.
OTOH, since you want to support newer Macs, give netatalk 2.x (that's
net/netatalk) a try. Works like a charm here for both System 7 Macs and OS
X 10.4 Powerbooks.
"It's never straight up and down" (DEVO)