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André G. Isaak (11-28-19, 04:50 PM)
On early Mac Systems, the AppleTalk driver was called .MPP. Despite much
googling and delving though Inside Macintosh, I've been unable to figure
out what MPP actually stands for. Anyone know?

André
Savageduck (11-28-19, 05:07 PM)
On Nov 28, 2019, André G. Isaak wrote
(in article <qromrm$2h2$1>):

> On early Mac Systems, the AppleTalk driver was called .MPP. Despite much
> googling and delving though Inside Macintosh, I've been unable to figure
> out what MPP actually stands for. Anyone know?
> André


Somehow ?Mac Peer-to-Peer? comes to mind. However, that was dug out of
deep recesses of my memory, and is probably something quite different.
André G. Isaak (11-28-19, 05:47 PM)
On 2019-11-28 8:07 a.m., Savageduck wrote:
> On Nov 28, 2019, André G. Isaak wrote
> (in article <qromrmh2>):
> Somehow ?Mac Peer-to-Peer? comes to mind. However, that was dug out of
> deep recesses of my memory, and is probably something quite different.


Hmmm. My guess was 'Macintosh Packet(?) Protocol', but that was just a
guess. I'm trying to find something official. For all I know it's
something entirely random, like Mezcal Party Pack.

André
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