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Networking Panther and OS/2

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Hi, I'm new to Mac-forums. I just upgraded my Mac to Panther from Mac OS 9. Now I can connect to the rest of the machines, which all run OS/2 or eComStation.

eComStation is just a newer distrubution of OS/2.

I am able to see the OS/2 server from my Panther machine and I am able to read, write and even execute files from the OS/2 server's shared disk. (Nice job, Apple!)

But some filenames on Mac use characters that aren't legal on OS/2. I'd like to make back-ups of all my Mac files on the OS/2 server. Can someone suggest how to proceed?
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