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eykim Oct 17, 1999 06:28 PM
Thursby Dave and OS9
Has anyone tried OS9 and Dave to see if their are any incompatabilites? I have OS9 and haven't installed yet due to lack of upgrades to programs that i use and will not until about a month after software developers catch up. Any feedback?
 
jesustheway Oct 18, 1999 04:07 AM
Dave works with 9.0

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schnide Oct 21, 1999 07:56 AM
I exchanged emailk with Thursby support and they said there are some issues that will be resolved in an upcoming DAVE 2.5.
 
RandyMan Oct 22, 1999 11:19 AM
"schnide", could you elaborate on the "issues"? I haven't experienced any problems (yet), but I'd like to be informed just in case things start going wonky.
 
Oz Factor Oct 22, 1999 04:35 PM
We have upgraded many of our machines at work to Mac OS 9. Many of them are running DAVE 2.1 and have had no problems. We use Dave for file server access via the chooser, as well as the DAVE sharing control panel to make files available to the windows network. I can't speak for the DAVE Access app, because we don't use it.
 
wlonh Oct 23, 1999 12:53 PM
Due next week, DAVE 2.5 is a new version of from MacInTouch: Thursby Software's $149 Windows networking package for the Mac, adding support for Windows 2000 and Mac OS 9, including multiuser support. DAVE lets Macs "share files and PostScript printers with Windows NT, Windows 95/98, and Windows 2000 users" via SMB and CIFS protocols...

 
mkbhatia Oct 23, 1999 12:57 PM
Or from today's MacNN http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/wink.gif

Thursby's Mac-based cross-platform integration application, DAVE v2.5, due to be announced on Monday, will include Mac OS 9 support (including multi-user features), simplified installation, and support for Microsoft's latest Windows 2000. [site not updated]
 
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