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Share PowerBook's DVD drive over network to iMac.


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Hey,

Does anyone know of a way to share a PowerBook's DVD drive over a network? I have an iMac with a combo drive. I'm hoping to use Backup 2 or something and burn a backup from the iMac to the PBs DVD. I know you can do this in Toast but I'm wondering if theres a free solution or some other easy way. Thanks!
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