Re: home network with mac
First, you need to install netatalk on the Linux box. It is set up to
handle printing, too, though I haven't gotten it working with my setup
(Mac laptop that I use for work), mostly due to sheer laziness. You
will have to put a home subdirectory for your son on the Linux box.
* Ian D. Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> On 2002.06.02 09:50 Richard Otte wrote:
> >At home my kid has a Mac running osx and we'd also have a switch.
> >like to connect it to my Debian machine in such a way that we could
> >transfer files between the machines. We also have a postscript
> >connected to the switch, and we both use the phone to connect to the
> >internet. Can anyone tell me how to do this or point me to
> >on how to do this? Thanks,
> Hey Ric,
> Assuming you have the two machines networked, one solution would be to
> run a FTP server on the Linux box. Then the Mac could connect using
> its FTP client. If Mac OSX supports TCP/IP based printing, you could
> use a similiar setup for the printer.
> For information on sharing a single internet connection, take a look at
> the IP-Masquerade HOWTO.
> 1. http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/IP-Masquerade-HOWTO/index.html
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