drlegendre at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 23:31:52 CST 2016
Yep, that's exactly what you needed!
I'll be very interested to hear how it works out. Do you plan to mount
another conventional disk, or will you try a SCSI2SD type option?
On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 11:20 PM, Chris Pye <pye at mactec.com.au> wrote:
> > On 27 Nov 2016, at 6:57 am, Chris Hanson <cmhanson at eschatologist.net>
> > Not really proprietary, it was before tiny portable SCSI drives were
> really standardized, and Apple published everything so third parties could
> create compatible hardware.
> > It’s just a 34-pin connector carrying both SCSI signal and power.
> Details are on page 5-31 (Chapter 5: Hardware) of the Macintosh Portable
> Developer Note, Table 5-6: SCSI Internal Connector Pinout. It should be
> simple to make an adapter for a SCSI2SD or equivalent.
> Thank you, I think I have found the appropriate diagram and can make an
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