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I just got a new (to me) Powermac running Tiger, and I'd like to transfer all my files from my old iBook via airport.

I created a network and both computers recognized each other, but I didn't know what to do past that.

How can I wirelessly transfer files between the two?

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I just got a new (to me) Powermac running Tiger, and I'd like to transfer all my files from my old iBook via airport.

I created a network and both computers recognized each other, but I didn't know what to do past that.

How can I wirelessly transfer files between the two?

Thanks,

Dave
You already made the newtwork. If both computers can see each other, all you have to do is drag the files over from one system to the other.

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I had to enable file sharing, which was my problem. D'oh! Originally it wasn't showing my iBook HD as being available.

Thanks for the quick response!
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