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my MAC as a stand alone server for on site viewing of Portfolio

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I am looking for a pointer on how to use my Mac as a server, to show an Extensis Portfolio catalog. I want to mimic my web site, but as a stand alone unit at events that I photograph. More specifically how to fix an IP address and have netpublish recognize it. This computer will not be connected to the internet. Thanks...john
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