How do i connect an se/30 to a pc networking

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im wonering how to do this, i have an ethernet card and everything for the se/30, i just dont know how to set it up. i have a linksys router, 10/100. the se/30 has a plain system 7.5.0 install on it, ive got open transport 1.1.1

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It depends...

It depends on what you want to do once you have it connected to the PC/Wintel...

Do you want to share Internet?

Do you want to share files?

Do you want them to form a hive mind and take over your house?

Seriously... it just depends on what yer lookin to do...

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i want to share internet and

i want to share internet and do email with eudora lite and stuff like that, i also want to use wannabe text only webroser

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OK...

Now that you know what you want to do, you're half-way there.

First things first: Dial-up, cable, or DSL?

Also, what OS are you running on the Windows machines?

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i am using dsl

i am using dsl, and the pc has xp home

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Easy, breezy...

Set your Mac to use DHCP, and set up Internet Connection Sharing on the Wintel, and you should be online in no time...

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