Chapter 28. Sharing Files and Network Services Between Computers

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The Macintosh has always made it simple to share resources with other Macs on the same network and over the Internet. Mac OS X’s strong UNIX roots bring even more sharing capabilities to the Mac, including the capability to connect to Windows systems and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers, to share your Internet connection, and more. In this chapter, you learn how to activate and utilize various network sharing ...

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