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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.


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.how do i set up my own FTP server i have this program called fetch that alows me to log into any FTP but i need the required host(ip) ect...but it gives me a list of a few that i can access automatically im asuming there availible to everyone....any ideas?.
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Hey, a big SDRE and Pedro fan (if that's emo enough for you) here! Anyway, OS X has a built in FTP server. Just go to System Preferences, and click "Sharing." Just check the "FTP Access" box. Now you can add users through any way you know (through the Accounts preference pane, or through the terminal), and have fun.
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