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OS 10.4 - Remoting into my Mac


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I was wondering, how would I go about remoting into my Mac to listen to music from my work PC? I have to find a way without dling if possible.

Please let me know.
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I was wondering, how would I go about remoting into my Mac to listen to music from my work PC? I have to find a way without dling if possible.

Please let me know.
i was looking at doing the same thing.
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I use a program called Netjuke. Its a network driven jukebox that uses apache and php. Easy to setup and use. I only keep ssh open on my box, and then ssh in and turn on apache, then port it though ssh for EXTRA security, and listen to my music. You dont have to make it that complicated though... lol.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/netjuke

There a lots of programs like this one. Netjuke hasn't been updated in long time, but it still works fine.

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