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tim placeRe: Network two computers
by on Aug 1, 2001 at 2:28:25 pm

I'm not familiar with MAClan. Is it software you run on the MAC on an Ethernet network, OR another networking system? The difficult part of MAC-PC interacTivity is getting THe PC to be able to store and read Mac files. The Mac OS stores files with two "forks" -- the data is kept in onE file and the resource information is kept in another "fork". The FAT file system on PC's cannot deal with this, thus the need for the "Services for Macintosh". Can Maclan make a Mac file available to a PC, or is it "One Way Nerworking"?


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