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  napabar (Profile)
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Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 11:49 am
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helloimjoe wrote:

When I try to connect to my hard disk on my Leopard machine from my OS 7 mac the chooser quits with a message saying application unknown has unexpectedly quit with a type 1 error. I'm running OS 7.6.1 with all the updates, and am sure I followed the instructions right. Any ideas?


What model of Mac are you using? So far, it looks like a Color Classic problem with me and Drumace.
  
  napabar (Profile)
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Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 12:39 pm
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Just found out that I can connect to my iMac with 10.5 by using AFP Enagage! that comes with Shareware IP. It doesn't let you log in as the owner, like the chooser offers, but it will get you connected to shares you have manually setup in OS X. Note: Mine give me an error that it fails to mount the AFP URL I've typed in, but it mounts regardless.
  
  helloimjoe (Profile)
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Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 2:15 pm
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napabar wrote:

helloimjoe wrote:

When I try to connect to my hard disk on my Leopard machine from my OS 7 mac the chooser quits with a message saying application unknown has unexpectedly quit with a type 1 error. I'm running OS 7.6.1 with all the updates, and am sure I followed the instructions right. Any ideas?


What model of Mac are you using? So far, it looks like a Color Classic problem with me and Drumace.


I'm using a performa 6200cd
  
  katarchaea (Profile)
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Posted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 9:08 pm
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I've had the same problem with my PB 170 and PB 190 (http://forums.system7today.com/viewtopic.php?t=1294). In each case, my old Powerbooks crash after Step 4 in the Tutorial (http://main.system7today.com/articles/leopard/tutorial1/index.html). I have done fresh installs of 7.6.1 on both machines, and a fresh install of 8.1 on the PB 190, all according to the rules posted on S7T, including using OT 1.1.2 and 1.3, and Appleshare 3.7.4, 3.8.3 and 3.8.7, but no luck. Incidentally, LPR printing to Leopard shared printers using LaserWriter 8.6 is also broken. I am networking to a (original) MacBook server, or an iBook 1.07GHz server, both over AirPort, whereas the clients are on ethernet (PB170) and WaveLAN wireless (PB190). Both work in reverse using Shareway IP.
Based on previous comments and the fact I've tried PPC and Intel machines, I don't think it's a 68k/Leopard problem or a 68k/PPC/Intel issue.

The only evidence I've found is that with the Firewall activated in Leopard, and logging turned on, I get the following message in my Firewall log:
Allow AppleFileServer connecting from 192.168.2.15:2051 uid = 0 proto=6

Furthermore, under sharing setup in Leopard, even after the System 7 powerbook has crashed, Leopard shows "1 user connected"

My 12" Powerbook G4 1GHz using Tiger still networks like a champ in both directions.

I'd be interested to hear the configurations that have worked for other users out there, and if anyone has any further insight into this issue!
cheers,
Roy
  
  Nils (Profile)
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Posted: Fri May 22, 2009 5:30 am
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Has anybody been able to resolve the issue with Leopard and system 7? Currently, I am not able to set up a working connection either way between my Powerbook 180c, running System 7.5.5, and my PM G4 with 10.5.7. When trying to connect from the G4 to the Powerbook with the help of ShareWay IP, I can see the G4 on the monitor of ShareWay and the Powerbook even appears in the Leopard-Finder, but only for a short time, then it disappears again. From System 7 to Leopard, I can access the G4 in the Chooser only as guest, and after having chosen one of the shares, the chooser crashes.
In Tiger, at least the connection from System 7 to Tiger used to work flawlessly.

Any help is appreciated.

Nils
  
  wove (Profile)
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Posted: Fri May 22, 2009 7:10 am
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I have had no success making this work either.

OpenDoor still supports Shareway back to System 7.5.5 and it might be worthwhile to contact them for ideas and/or procedures to make it work. You will note on the Shareway site that it states it works with 10.5.

Another somewhat kludgy work around is to enable ftp services on Mac OS X 10.5 and use an FTP program such as Fetch to access files on the OS X 10.5 machine.

bill
  
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