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OS 10.5 - syncing imac and mac book


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I have an imac and a macbook, and I want them both to have the same data, including itunes libraries, I have a firewire cable, is there a way of telling the macbook to set itself up like the imac, and transfer over all the data
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The short answer is "NO".

The idea is to use the iMac as the file storage machine and the Macbook as the remote machine that accesses the iMac.
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