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LC 475

Postby gavo on Thu Oct 20, 2011 6:03 pm

http://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/vint ... 950021.htm

This is the best of the LC series imho. Great if you’ve got an Apple IIe card, or if you want to just have that good 'ol mac experience (although I dont think it will run System 6, unlike the first LC). You can also run NetBSD on it if your really keen (doesnt sit right with me tho).

$1 reserve - cant go wrong! (no its not mine) :)
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Re: LC 475

Postby Gibsaw on Fri Oct 28, 2011 8:52 pm

gavo wrote:http://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/vintage/auction-416950021.htm

This is the best of the LC series imho. Great if you’ve got an Apple IIe card, or if you want to just have that good 'ol mac experience (although I dont think it will run System 6, unlike the first LC). You can also run NetBSD on it if your really keen (doesnt sit right with me tho).

$1 reserve - cant go wrong! (no its not mine) :)


Mine now... $10. :)
"dsakey" on trademe. Apple II's are my thing.
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Re: LC 475

Postby gavo on Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:46 pm

Gibsaw wrote:Mine now... $10. :)

Score! Any plans in particular for it?
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Re: LC 475

Postby Gibsaw on Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:19 pm

gavo wrote:
Gibsaw wrote:Mine now... $10. :)

Score! Any plans in particular for it?

Actually, I'm not even sure why I bought it. Just reminds me of my stage-1 compsci papers back in the early 90's I guess.

Might have a play with a mk68k linux.
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Re: LC 475

Postby gavo on Sun Oct 30, 2011 8:40 am

Gibsaw wrote:
gavo wrote:
Gibsaw wrote:Mine now... $10. :)

Score! Any plans in particular for it?

Actually, I'm not even sure why I bought it. Just reminds me of my stage-1 compsci papers back in the early 90's I guess.

Might have a play with a mk68k linux.


lol - now thats what its all about! ;-)

Lets see, you could get an ethernet card for it (if it didnt come with one) and run a webserver or better still, a BBS! ;-) You could even do this with traditional MacOS!
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