Sigh, I feel dumb. I had my old Powerbook 145B up and
running, and had it copying files to an emulated Mac running
II on my laptop. Then it crashed, then the Powerbook
failed to boot; I know those unhappy-Mac tones all too well.
The drive wasn't spinning up at all.
Then I tried to unplug the SCSI cable connecting the HD
to the motherboard, and RIPPED the damn thing. I am such an
Fortunately, a quick Google search turned up a place that
actually sells old Powerbook accessories, including said HD
cable. So I have it on order, it should be aWt the office
in a couple of days. 'Course, that still doesn't mean the
HD is going to spin up.
The truly stupid thing is that I had finished the copy
about halfway earlier, then crashed the powerbook trying to
plug in a battery. I then ended up _deleting_ the disk
image with the copied files on the laptop. Figured I'd get
a clean start. AUGH!
Oh well. The garage sale went well over the weekend; we
got rid of what we needed to, and made a few bucks in the
process, which will help in the moving process. And in
software news, I got my DOM-based SOAP/SDL handler working
today and should have WSDL sometime tomorrow (it's actually
working, but there's a problem in the response handling).
Hopefully I'll be able to commit this to Reef sometime
tomorrow (need to get a couple of dependency issues figured