networking mac and pc
rh208 at cus.cam.ac.uk
Mon Jun 10 05:38:48 EST 1996
There is a good shareware internet-serving application for the mac called
NetPresenz (it used to be called ftpd). I've used it for a while and have
had no problems serving local users, or internet people (I have had
problems with the disc I was using to serve the data from, so my server's
down for a while).
You give people access privileges using the mac's "Users and Groups"
control panel in the same way as you do for a local network. You can get
I can't comment on server software for the PC I'm afraid, but I'm sure that
Fetch is a useful client program for transferring files to and from an ftp
server using the mac.
Hope this helps
At 11:14 am 6/6/96, Rochelle A. Diamond wrote:
>I need advice on the best way to network Facscan/MAC system and an elite/
>pc system to a file server to send files to the user community. Any
>suggestions on file servers, networking solutions for crossplatform
>problem, network software. We would like to put in a grant to do this
>and I need to know how other people are currently solving these
>problems. We have a Coulter Elite w/486, a Facsan which we will upgrade
>to the MAC, and an old Ortho 50H with 2150 hooked up with cytolink to a
>386. Can anyone advise me?
>Caltech Flow Cytometry/Cell Sorting Facility
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