Filesystem that both FreeBSD and OS X can read/write

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Mon Apr 2 16:15:24 UTC 2007

On 02/04/07, Peter A. Giessel <pgiessel at> wrote:
> On 2007/04/01 23:21, bram seems to have typed:
> > If both machines are connected through a network you may also want to
> > take a look at netatalk
> or Samba or NFS.  For my network, I mostly transfer files between my
> Macs (5 boxes) and FreeBSD (4 boxes) boxes via sftp.  It doesn't "mount"
> any drives, but it efficiently and securely transfers files.

Unfortunately, they are only connected via the internet. Transferring
8gb+ files over a DSL-grade connection is rather painful...

The version of OS X that I'm using (10.3) doesn't seem to want to let
me format a drive as FAT32, so I'm trying in FreeBSD now.


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