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OS 10.5 - Time Machine synch with older imac


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I just bought a macbook pro and am currently running 10.5.2
I am wondering if I can use my old imac, which is running 10.2.8, as storage using Time Machine.
I tried connecting the two via ethernet and got no response. Is there a way to do this or do I need to get an external drive?

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