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Old 07 June 2013, 21:34   #876
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Originally Posted by Schoenfeld View Post
The A600 has a PCMCIA slot, and I'd expect that these days, pretty much everyone has a networking card there. I haven't tried it myself yet, but I'd look at Aminet - comm/tcp/facts.lha if money for a battery-backed up RTC is an issue.
I do have a PCMCIA NIC but since I have a 1200 it will never let its little brother, the 600, borrow it.. Even so, it doesn't run startnet automatically since it's not used very often and delays the startup, but I guess some people might. I usually use the PCMCIA port for CF card file transfers.

Still a useful program though for syncing the clock whenever going online.

And I didn't know that RTC chips were scarce, so then it makes good sense to only sell to those who really want them.
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