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i have a blue iMac running osX 10.3 and need to access a blue and white G3 tower in it possible using my iMac?
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You can do this with an ethernet connection and file sharing. This Apple tech note details file sharing setup and has a link to a note about setting up small ethernet networks: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=106461

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