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On Oct 14, 2015, at 12:00 , [hidden email] wrote:

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> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 21:32:49 +1300
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> Subject: Re: Server afp and SMB sharing
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> SE/30, wow what a trip down memory lane. I had almost forgotten about System 7, let alone System 6!
>
> When I started toying with the Macintosh (at the ripe old age of about 8 ;) my dad had an SE/30 dual FDD, which saved _so_ much swapping!
>
> 'Please insert the disc Mac Paint...’
   
My first Apple computer was a ][e with 128K RAM, an internal 1200baud modem, and two floppy drives. What a terrific machine that was. I still occasionally run an Apple ][e emulator so that I can play Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Castle Wolfenstein.
 
Ted
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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 78, Issue 3

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Luxury!  :)  Mine was an Apple //+ with only 48k of ram, which when bolstered to 64k, was able to run Pascal and then I think 80 columns, compared to the usual 40 cols.

I learnt to use Omnis 3 from Blyth Software in 1983, after using the Apple for robotics and motion control systems, advancing onto Corvus HD, then Symbiotic systems for multi user record locking systems. We developed full stock control and accounting systems for internal use, which I still develop and sell today at Lineal Software.  Then came Macs of course.  I have just returned from EurOmnis training conference week in Holland, as the current version of Omnis, Omnis Studio 6, is still alive and very much kicking, http://www.euromnis.com, which is amazing to think I am still using the same tools 33 years later!  Who else can say that I wonder?

Mike




Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd

Apple Reseller, Microsoft Partner, SQLWorks Business Partner
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On 16 Oct 2015, at 17:06, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Oct 14, 2015, at 12:00 , [hidden email] wrote:
>>
>> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 21:32:49 +1300
>> From: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>> To: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>> Subject: Re: Server afp and SMB sharing
>> Message-ID:
>> <[hidden email]>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>>
>>
>> SE/30, wow what a trip down memory lane. I had almost forgotten about System 7, let alone System 6!
>>
>> When I started toying with the Macintosh (at the ripe old age of about 8 ;) my dad had an SE/30 dual FDD, which saved _so_ much swapping!
>>
>> 'Please insert the disc Mac Paint...’
>
> My first Apple computer was a ][e with 128K RAM, an internal 1200baud modem, and two floppy drives. What a terrific machine that was. I still occasionally run an Apple ][e emulator so that I can play Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Castle Wolfenstein.
>
> Ted
> --
> Group D Communications, LLC
> Technology Consulting: IT, Databases, Websites
> +1 (415) 334-8331 x202 (O)
> +1 (818) 971-9299 (M)
> www.groupd.com
> P.O. Box 170697
> San Francisco, CA 94117-0697
>
>
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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 78, Issue 3

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Lol, you guys jumped on the train late. My first Apple was the Apple ][ serial# 4. 16k, before the floppy drive. Cassette tape hell. Cheers

Lee Collings

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> On Oct 18, 2015, at 9:25 AM, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Luxury!  :)  Mine was an Apple //+ with only 48k of ram, which when bolstered to 64k, was able to run Pascal and then I think 80 columns, compared to the usual 40 cols.
>
> I learnt to use Omnis 3 from Blyth Software in 1983, after using the Apple for robotics and motion control systems, advancing onto Corvus HD, then Symbiotic systems for multi user record locking systems. We developed full stock control and accounting systems for internal use, which I still develop and sell today at Lineal Software.  Then came Macs of course.  I have just returned from EurOmnis training conference week in Holland, as the current version of Omnis, Omnis Studio 6, is still alive and very much kicking, http://www.euromnis.com, which is amazing to think I am still using the same tools 33 years later!  Who else can say that I wonder?
>
> Mike
>
>
>
>
> Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd
>
> Apple Reseller, Microsoft Partner, SQLWorks Business Partner
> phone: 01271 375999 | web: lineal.co.uk | email: [hidden email]
>
>> On 16 Oct 2015, at 17:06, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> On Oct 14, 2015, at 12:00 , [hidden email] wrote:
>>>
>>> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 21:32:49 +1300
>>> From: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>> To: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>> Subject: Re: Server afp and SMB sharing
>>> Message-ID:
>>>    <[hidden email]>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset=us-ascii
>>>
>>>
>>> SE/30, wow what a trip down memory lane. I had almost forgotten about System 7, let alone System 6!
>>>
>>> When I started toying with the Macintosh (at the ripe old age of about 8 ;) my dad had an SE/30 dual FDD, which saved _so_ much swapping!
>>>
>>> 'Please insert the disc Mac Paint...’
>>
>> My first Apple computer was a ][e with 128K RAM, an internal 1200baud modem, and two floppy drives. What a terrific machine that was. I still occasionally run an Apple ][e emulator so that I can play Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Castle Wolfenstein.
>>
>> Ted
>> --
>> Group D Communications, LLC
>> Technology Consulting: IT, Databases, Websites
>> +1 (415) 334-8331 x202 (O)
>> +1 (818) 971-9299 (M)
>> www.groupd.com
>> P.O.Luxury!  :)  Mine was an Apple //+ with only 48k of ram, which when bolstered to 64k, was able to run Pascal and then I think 80 columns, compared to the usual 40 cols.
>
> I learnt to use Omnis 3 from Blyth Software in 1983, after using the Apple for robotics and motion control systems, advancing onto Corvus HD, then Symbiotic systems for multi user record locking systems. We developed full stock control and accounting systems for internal use, which I still develop and sell today at Lineal Software.  Then came Macs of course.  I have just returned from EurOmnis training conference week in Holland, as the current version of Omnis, Omnis Studio 6, is still alive and very much kicking, http://www.euromnis.com, which is amazing to think I am still using the same tools 33 years later!  Who else can say that I wonder?
>
> Mike
>
>
>
>
> Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd
>
> Apple Reseller, Microsoft Partner, SQLWorks Business Partner
> phone: 01271 375999 | web: lineal.co.uk | email: [hidden email]
>
>> On 16 Oct 2015, at 17:06, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> On Oct 14, 2015, at 12:00 , [hidden email] wrote:
>>>
>>> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 21:32:49 +1300
>>> From: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>> To: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>> Subject: Re: Server afp and SMB sharing
>>> Message-ID:
>>>    <[hidden email]>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset=us-ascii
>>>
>>>
>>> SE/30, wow what a trip down memory lane. I had almost forgotten about System 7, let alone System 6!
>>>
>>> When I started toying with the Macintosh (at the ripe old age of about 8 ;) my dad had an SE/30 dual FDD, which saved _so_ much swapping!
>>>
>>> 'Please insert the disc Mac Paint...’
>>
>> My first Apple computer was a ][e with 128K RAM, an internal 1200baud modem, and two floppy drives. What a terrific machine that was. I still occasionally run an Apple ][e emulator so that I can play Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Castle Wolfenstein.
>>
>> Ted
>> --
>> Group D Communications, LLC
>> Technology Consulting: IT, Databases, Websites
>> +1 (415) 334-8331 x202 (O)
>> +1 (818) 971-9299 (M)
>> www.groupd.com
>> P.O. Box 170697
>> San Francisco, CA 94117-0697
>>
>>
>>
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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 78, Issue 3

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Ah, there is always a smarter guy out there, beat me at my own game, fascinating info, thanks for filling in the gaps.  My Dad had one of those Commodore PET things with a cassette player, never did understand what it could do until I had a job.  Just a toy I thought, how wrong was I.

So who ever worked on the Apple 1 then?  Come on out of the closet, it would be amazing to find someone who did, and just look where we are today.

Mike



Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd

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phone: 01271 375999 | web: lineal.co.uk | email: [hidden email]

On 19 Oct 2015, at 00:25, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Lol, you guys jumped on the train late. My first Apple was the Apple ][ serial# 4. 16k, before the floppy drive. Cassette tape hell. Cheers
>
> Lee Collings
>
> Sent from my iPad
>
>> On Oct 18, 2015, at 9:25 AM, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> Luxury!  :)  Mine was an Apple //+ with only 48k of ram, which when bolstered to 64k, was able to run Pascal and then I think 80 columns, compared to the usual 40 cols.
>>
>> I learnt to use Omnis 3 from Blyth Software in 1983, after using the Apple for robotics and motion control systems, advancing onto Corvus HD, then Symbiotic systems for multi user record locking systems. We developed full stock control and accounting systems for internal use, which I still develop and sell today at Lineal Software.  Then came Macs of course.  I have just returned from EurOmnis training conference week in Holland, as the current version of Omnis, Omnis Studio 6, is still alive and very much kicking, http://www.euromnis.com, which is amazing to think I am still using the same tools 33 years later!  Who else can say that I wonder?
>>
>> Mike
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd
>>
>> Apple Reseller, Microsoft Partner, SQLWorks Business Partner
>> phone: 01271 375999 | web: lineal.co.uk | email: [hidden email]
>>
>>> On 16 Oct 2015, at 17:06, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Oct 14, 2015, at 12:00 , [hidden email] wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 21:32:49 +1300
>>>> From: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>>> To: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>>> Subject: Re: Server afp and SMB sharing
>>>> Message-ID:
>>>>   <[hidden email]>
>>>> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset=us-ascii
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> SE/30, wow what a trip down memory lane. I had almost forgotten about System 7, let alone System 6!
>>>>
>>>> When I started toying with the Macintosh (at the ripe old age of about 8 ;) my dad had an SE/30 dual FDD, which saved _so_ much swapping!
>>>>
>>>> 'Please insert the disc Mac Paint...’
>>>
>>> My first Apple computer was a ][e with 128K RAM, an internal 1200baud modem, and two floppy drives. What a terrific machine that was. I still occasionally run an Apple ][e emulator so that I can play Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Castle Wolfenstein.
>>>
>>> Ted
>>> --
>>> Group D Communications, LLC
>>> Technology Consulting: IT, Databases, Websites
>>> +1 (415) 334-8331 x202 (O)
>>> +1 (818) 971-9299 (M)
>>> www.groupd.com
>>> P.O.Luxury!  :)  Mine was an Apple //+ with only 48k of ram, which when bolstered to 64k, was able to run Pascal and then I think 80 columns, compared to the usual 40 cols.
>>
>> I learnt to use Omnis 3 from Blyth Software in 1983, after using the Apple for robotics and motion control systems, advancing onto Corvus HD, then Symbiotic systems for multi user record locking systems. We developed full stock control and accounting systems for internal use, which I still develop and sell today at Lineal Software.  Then came Macs of course.  I have just returned from EurOmnis training conference week in Holland, as the current version of Omnis, Omnis Studio 6, is still alive and very much kicking, http://www.euromnis.com, which is amazing to think I am still using the same tools 33 years later!  Who else can say that I wonder?
>>
>> Mike
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd
>>
>> Apple Reseller, Microsoft Partner, SQLWorks Business Partner
>> phone: 01271 375999 | web: lineal.co.uk | email: [hidden email]
>>
>>> On 16 Oct 2015, at 17:06, OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Oct 14, 2015, at 12:00 , [hidden email] wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 21:32:49 +1300
>>>> From: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>>> To: OS X Server Mail List <[hidden email]>
>>>> Subject: Re: Server afp and SMB sharing
>>>> Message-ID:
>>>>   <[hidden email]>
>>>> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset=us-ascii
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> SE/30, wow what a trip down memory lane. I had almost forgotten about System 7, let alone System 6!
>>>>
>>>> When I started toying with the Macintosh (at the ripe old age of about 8 ;) my dad had an SE/30 dual FDD, which saved _so_ much swapping!
>>>>
>>>> 'Please insert the disc Mac Paint...’
>>>
>>> My first Apple computer was a ][e with 128K RAM, an internal 1200baud modem, and two floppy drives. What a terrific machine that was. I still occasionally run an Apple ][e emulator so that I can play Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy and Castle Wolfenstein.
>>>
>>> Ted
>>> --
>>> Group D Communications, LLC
>>> Technology Consulting: IT, Databases, Websites
>>> +1 (415) 334-8331 x202 (O)
>>> +1 (818) 971-9299 (M)
>>> www.groupd.com
>>> P.O. Box 170697
>>> San Francisco, CA 94117-0697
>>>
>>>
>>>
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