HFS support for windows

Chris Kuklewicz hfs-interest@ccs.neu.edu
Sun, 20 Jun 1999 22:51:30 -0400

On Mon, Jun 21, 1999 at 10:31:40AM +1000, William Henderson wrote:
> YES - as it does the reverse of a Macintosh CDEV called PC-Exchange it is 
> called MacXchange.
> I don't know how reliable it is as I haven't used it, but I know friends of
> mine who have. I have always recommended PC MacLan to be a very good product
> for mixed networks.

PC Maclan (the lastest) for windows 98 is not a great product.
It has caused instability: blue screens (even while installing)
It has caused failures: One laptop locks up if it goes to sleep with
it on, deactivate the components in the network panel, it works fine.
IT WILL NOT UNINSTALL: (Seen on both systems) Run the uninstall
program and it says that the uninstaller failed and then you have to
take it out bay hand.

It does lets you share files and printers. That does work.

We are going to try and return it, lock stock and barrel, on Monday.

We do have an old version running for Win95 that has never caused
these problems, but that system is hardly ever used.

Chris Kuklewicz chrisk@mit.edu