I have recently acquired a PowerBook Duo 280c with an Apple Mini Dock, a Micro Dock and a floppy drive. I also have an AsanteTalk, which acts as a physical bridge between RJ45 ethernet and LocalTalk networks. It's running Mac OS 7.6.1. On my desktop is a MacBook Pro Core Duo with OS X v10.6, an internet connection and a USB floppy drive. I have a stack of System 7 software, but mostly on CD. There also still seems to be a lot hanging around the Internet. What I want to do is get software onto the Duo. I know nothing whatsoever technical about the Classic OS or LocalTalk. I am aware that a USB floppy drive won't read traditional Mac formatted disks, though OS 7.6.1 seems to have some level of support for DOS floppies. So, I guess: is there any way to set up networked file sharing between these two machines? can I transfer software on PC formatted floppy (you know, if I somehow manage to find a floppy), or will that break resource forks, etc? are there any other options I haven't thought of? The Mini Dock should have a SCSI port as far as I can tell from the Internet, but doesn't seem to have an obvious one my complete knowledge of SCSI being that the connectors look like PC parallel printer ports. Does it possibly have some other sort of connector?