I Know SDHC is a higher "speed" format than a standard SD card. So If I have a Standard SD card, that can be the answer. I’ll go check once I get an answer to this?
And, would it say what type of SD card I have, like would it say SDHC or whatever veriosn of SD I have, and if if it says nothing other than SD, it’s standard SD? Are these other "speed versions" I heard of something called SDXC, there might be more. So i knwo my compatibilitty, what is considered SDHC and higher, and what is consideredlower than SDHC? Also I need full size right, not mini or micro for Pi, even though I could uae a Micro-to-full adapter or a mini-to-full adapter to stick one of those 2 in a Pi?
Finally waht’s the minimum size SD card needed to run Dreampi 1.71 on a RasperyyPi, and is a 1B considered a high enough Pi for Dreampi 1.71?
If a 1B can’t run dreamPi 1.71, what’s the highest version of Dreampi a 1B can run.
If I buy a dreamPi, is it as simple as buying a high enough pre-built Pi anywhere, buying the premade Voltage induced Dial Up modems somewhere in the DC2019 community, loading the software on my Macintosh, adding an Ethernet cable or ethernet bridge, and a standard telephone cord M-M and then inserting card and booting? If I need to do Sega Swirl Gmail, jsut have a USB keyboard to type commands.
One last question, is a Macintosh in Terminal mode related close enough to a Pi where where I can copy and paste the commands on the Macintosh with the DreamPi SDHC card while in Mac Terminal mode. I heard Terminal gets Mac in "UNIX MODE" and some if not all Raspberry Pi stuff uses Linux, which is a more user friendly and/or more powerful version of Unix. I know there are cross-GUI-to-Terminal copying and pasting of text. I prefer to use that if the hoops I have to jump through is easier than double checking to make sure my typings are exactly right.
One thing I know is one wrong letter can permanently ruin a file, and if you don’t know what you did, it’s just easier to start over. Thankfully DreamPi 1.71 s already downloaded as a 7g file.
Which reminds of something funny. When programming in AppleSoft Basic, enough times I accidentally typed "ruin" instead of "run". thankfully no one had a sick sense of humor to randomly change every letter in your program in memory wen given the "ruin" command.