[Darkroom] fujifilm pictography 3500
citizenkeys at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 09:30:48 PST 2011
The Apple G4 computer marked "For Fuji Picto Printer":
1) has no SCSI controller in it.
2) Somebody formatted the hard drive in it a few nights ago (I honestly
don't know who) and installed Debian linux.
3) It's being used by the front door as a kiosk.
All that said, the fuji printer itself has a 50-pin pci scsi controller
sitting on top of it.
I am moving the printer itself outside the darkroom. There is a second
Apple G4 computer that could take the pci scsi controller and be setup
next to the printer on the reverse engineering tables.
On 1/4/2011 8:41 AM, miloh wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 8:02 AM, Patrick Keys<citizenkeys at gmail.com> wrote:
>> between the sewing space and the scanning electron microscope is the
>> fujifilm pictography 3500. it has a note on it that says "photo
>> printing project group", "operational by late october", and "miloh".
>> I'm thinking that it should be consolidated (physically moved over) with
>> the rest of the darkroom stuff by the darkroom.
>> I would like to go ahead and move this fujifilm pictography 3500.
> Moving it is easy, but doesn't get it into service.
> It needs a G4 with SCSI controllers to start.
> Instead of moving it can you bring back the G4 with SCSI and install a
> version of an Apple OS on it that works with pictography software?
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