I'm playing modded for the first time, and I'm playing using the project ozone lite pack on the hermit skies world. I just recently tried to link up a crafting terminal, but it isn't linking to the drawer controller the ME drives are offline (they do all have storage cells in them).
I've watched a couple of the hermit's videos, but I can't seem to see the error.
Edit: It's not an issue with the transceiver; I checked that. It's receiving RF, and is correctly outputting to the energy acceptor (as far as I can tell).
My first thought was that you had channels enabled but no controller, but I think the tooltip would say "device missing channel" rather than just "device offline" if that were the case. I could be wrong about that, though.
However, what isn't clear is how much RF/t your transceiver (Dimensional Transceiver from Ender IO?) is feeding to the energy acceptor. With that many ME drives, you'll need a lot of power (at default conversion, 224 RF/t just for the drives if you used 1k storage cells in all of them, or 704 RF/t if you used 64k storage cells; the power draws caused by the crafting terminal, storage bus, and cables are trickier to calculate).
Also, interesting thing to note about most AE2 devices (such as ME drives): they can transfer power and channels to adjacent AE2 devices without needing cables for that, so all but about 3 of the cables you put in the back are redundant.
That sounds like it's running out of channels, though you still haven't specified how much RF/t you're feeding through the transceiver - if it's something along the lines of a few Stirling Generators, that probably won't be enough, but if you've got a large reactor set up (from Extreme Reactors, which is in the mod list for Project Ozone Lite), that could easily be sufficient.