I have a problem, and hope someone here can help -
Recently I got a Apple Ethernet LC Twisted-Pair [ethernet] card off of ebay for my antiquated LCIII in hopes of using that thing as a server.
I would, but I'd need a larger hard drive to do, and SCSI hard drives are still suprisingly overpriced.
Don't buy crap off of eBay?
Seriously, you're going to be hard-pressed to find an answer for this one. I'd try a highly popular Mac forum, like MacWorld's forums, and hope there's a neckbeard there who routinely networked LCIIIs in their day.
serve potato chips
Static html crap, maybe some files.
Also, thanks for the advise, I'm off to Macworld to seek help there.
>Static html crap, maybe some files.
According to EveryMac, this thing didn't ship with a hard drive bigger than 160MB. And according to >>3, you haven't upgraded it. That's not a lot of data; you might as well just sneakernet with a Flash drive or something. I guess I still don't get why.
tcp/ip plugin or no work
try 7.5.5 it comes with it
get a machine that can run a/ux and use that instead.
Have you tried reinstalling? Works just fine for me on High Sierra.
>Recently I got a Apple Ether.........
Kill yourself applefag.