Bridging between Mac and PC
jbv.silences at Club-Internet.fr
Tue Feb 15 07:55:21 CST 2005
I for one upload / download zipped files to / from
a remote server via ftp...
I know this solution may seem out of proportion at
first glance, but it's actually fast, convenient and
cost effective (most ISPs allow a few Mb - and often
much more - so why not use it ?)...
> Creating cross-platform revolution applications, from mac (OS 9) to
> windows PC creates a need for bridging . CDs of course may be a vehicle.
> A firewire harddisk may be another (allthough uncertainties about its
> formatting (FAT 32?)) but it seems logical that a direct fire-wire
> connection between a mac and a PC would be a very usefull gate. I guess
> this problem is old hat to many professional revolution-users. Any cheap
> and easy ways to solve it?
> P.S. There are perhaps already postings on this topic in the
> accumulated lists, - but I find no internal search-mechanism on the
> list-site. Is such a mechanism very complicated to implement?
> Kresten Bjerg
> Refer please to Oikos Homestation <http://www.psy.ku.dk/bjerg>, for
> further information
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