Mac printer sharing question regarding driver sharing and printers (not) showing up on the system preferences printer list. [more inside]
posted by jmd82
on Dec 11, 2008 -
How can I share a single file or folder on my Mac? I am always connected to the internet, have seen what gazillions of "upload first" file sharing websites and services can do (MobileMe, Pando, YouSendIt, etc.), but it seems to me there should be a way to right click on a file, choose "share & email link," write & send that email and be *done* with it. My recipient can then download said file straight off my machine. Does anyone know of any solutions which are even close? Thanks!
posted by spinpapi
on Jun 10, 2008 -
How do I change the resolution of my Macs desktop when sharing the screen and viewing on a linux machine using tightvnc? I am screen sharing my Mac Mini w/ leopard. I can log in and see the screen using TightVnc on a Linux machine. However, I can only get full resolution that is painfully slow over the Internet. The low quality options on the VNC viewer have no effect and I can't find anysettings on the Mac to lower the quality.
posted by nivekraz
on Jan 21, 2008 -
Can I share a streamed-from-home music library with my coworkers via iTunes, without making them install special apps? [more inside]
posted by quarked
on Jul 13, 2007 -
CUPS/MacOSXFilter: I can't seem to figure out how to get my new MacBook Pro to recognize and assign the right driver to a RAW printer feed on another OS X computer. Help! [more inside]
posted by plaidrabbit
on Oct 8, 2006 -
How do I share only certain folders in OS X when I enable Windows Sharing? [more inside]
posted by Third
on Aug 29, 2005 -
Best peer-to-peer file sharing program for Mac OS X? I'm using Limewire now, and am wondering if there is another program offering a better selection, ie, with more members. I'm mostly interested in audio files. Is there software allowing the downloading of entire albums at a time?
posted by cahlers
on Dec 11, 2004 -
Sharing your music and books and stuff that's on your iPod among different Macs you own: PodWorks is a classic, popular tool. Is there a better, newer software to get the most from your iPod and your Macs or is PodWorks still the way to go? thanks [more inside]
posted by matteo
on Feb 17, 2004 -