Flight Simulators

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I was wondering if anyone can show me where to get or download a reasonably good flight simulator for System 6 and Mac SE. I already have Fokker Triplane, but haven't found any others that work. Also, I am trying to connect it to the internet; it has an ethernet card in it, and it boots into system 7, but it won't connect. Any help?

Thanks,

Jake

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Have you tried Jag's Web Kit

Have you tried Jag's Web Kit for the 68k mac for getting online. http://www.jagshouse.com/internet_on_system_6.html ill have to get back to you on the simulator though.

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i no!!

http://mac.the-underdogs.org/index.php?show=category&cat=Flight+Simulation

I LOVE Macintosh Garden. Free legit software, that is actually Good!!

Good luck mate!

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wow i kinda got busted for po

wow i kinda got busted for posting that same link. something about "Abandonware software licence" how come you did not delete his link? here is my same topic with that link. http://www.applefritter.com/cgi-bin/YaBB/YaBB.pl?board=software;action=display;num=1069806484;start=0#0

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not sure about the flight sim

not sure about the flight sim part; but a friend of mine and I turned an SE/30 into a webserver at one point... upped the ram to 64 or 128 megs (can't remember)... use MODE 32, do NOT use the standard 32-bit enabler... MODE 32 works so much better. We had that ethernet card for the machine too. I can't remember if we put 7.1 on the machine or 7.6.1... I think it was 7.6.1.. but nevertheless, once you get it going, you will probably need some of the newer ethernet-related extensions and TCP/IP control panel from either 7.5.3 or 7.6 (so you can still stick with 7.1 to keep the system trimmed down, but you'll still need the newer stuff). Blahblahblah, I rambe, point is- it can be done. Make sure you have access to a low-level browser too Smile

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