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Hello!

I have one MacBook, quite a big firewire hard drive and quite a good PC just standing around absorbing dust. While I've only got 60gb on my disposal when it comes to my MacBook, I was wondering if there is possible to convert the PC (connected with the FW Hard Drive) into a file server appearing on my MacBook just like any .mac account (in other words, I want like another volume on my Mac just that it's located on another computer in the network).

Is this possible with some kind of Open Source-solution?

Thanks.
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im also intrested....

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http://helpdesk.ugent.be/webhosting/...tand_mount.php

that may help?
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ya.. i found this.. http://www.drijf.net/dototto/wwwmac.html

Looks like a lot of work though...

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