Re: newbie: want to share a mac drive...
- thanks Psychodad!
i am assuming that means the drive needs to be FAT? is there a
disadvantage to that for the Mac user (as opposed to having an HFS+
drive connected to the NSLU2
--- In email@example.com, "realpsychodad" <ahelbling@...>
> No, you do not. Just use it with unslung or even stock linksys
> firmaware. Mac does work nice with SMB shares provided by the nslu2,
> no software needed.
> The NSLU2 will apear in finder/network.
> Or use "connect to server" in finder and type "cifs://nslu2IPAddress"
> The only thing that will be usefull is a little applescript to mount
> the shares at boot, saving some mouseclicks.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "hopbot001" <michelangelo@>
> > hello all! i just got my nslu2 and its so neat! i have Unslung 6.8
> > it and openssh and want to set up one for my friend who is a mac
> > and needs a nas backup solution.
- On Fri, 2007-03-02 at 19:16 +0000, hopbot001 wrote:
> i am assuming that means the drive needs to be FAT? is there a1) You need at least one native drive.
> disadvantage to that for the Mac user (as opposed to having an HFS+
> drive connected to the NSLU2
2) There is no support for HFS+.
3) You could use a second disk with fat.