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Hi guys,
I'm interested in running an FTP off of my Mac with OS X 10.3.9 installed. I have no-ip installed, as well.

I have searched numerous places for this, but it only comes up with clients.


Any answers?
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The basics are here at this URL. This is for 10.2 but it's the same basics for 10.3 or 10.4.

http://kb.iu.edu/data/ajoh.html
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Awesome, that's great.
However, is there anyway I can choose which files/folders are shared?
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See if any of this helps.

http://forums.macosxhints.com/showthread.php?t=3617
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I recommend Sharepoints. It's a prefpane, and you can change directories shared for FTP and SAMBA.

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I recommend Sharepoints. It's a prefpane, and you can change directories shared for FTP and SAMBA.
Sharepoints is GREAT.
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Yup.. it is... I used it a lot, before i moved my website to a LAMP server, and now i use proftpd and samba server.

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How do I use sharepoints...?
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install the prefpane.

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