@julienxx LCs can have PDS ethernet cards… and most Quadra 650 have builtin ethernet (but need an AAUI adapter).
@firstname.lastname@example.org a good 68k powerbook can easily set you back as much as an amiga...
maybe an LC, or something like a macintosh iicx/iici? (the latter models make nice netbsd machines...)
@email@example.com i'd offer to sell you the iici i recapped but i'm wary of shipping something like that internationally...
@Sophistifunk all powerbooks 100 to 500s are still 68k, PowerPC starts with the thousand nomenclature
@julienxx there were a *lot* of interesting machines using it back in the day. Don't forget the Atari ST range too.
@Sophistifunk which models should I look for ST, STF, STE, mega? I’d like to do music, programming and old school networking with the machine
@julienxx don't know them well, just know they exist. Here in .au there was only really Commodore, Mac, and PC in the 16/32bit era.
@jeff good to know for the Atari’s, some 68k PowerBooks have a pcmcia port so it could be a nice option
@julienxx @galaxis Also keep in mind that an Amiga is a good investment. Those prices keep rising. If you buy it for 200€ now, you likely can sell it for 300€ in a year. And the longer you wait, the more expensive it gets. I’ve seen some accelerator boards go from 1000€ to 2000€ in just a year. And 1000€ was already crazy.
A Plan 9 oriented server.