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LaserWriter IINT connecting to Mac SE30

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What are the cable connections required to print from a Mac SE30 (running system 7.0) to a LaserWriter IINT?
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Use either a phonenet connection if you are going to network the printer, or use a regular Mac printer serial cable -- I found it to work fine with a single printer connected to a single Mac.  Use the Laserwriter driver supplied with the system software.  Everything should work ok. (Make sure the dip switches on the back of the logic board are up.)
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