Mac Mini running Tiger, with no modem Indigo iMac G3 running Panther, with a dial-up modem The DSL modem is ordered, but won't be here for a while yet. I'm giving the Indigo to someone else in a few days, so I'm trying to avoid doing too much on it directly that will mean more changes to try to save before I give it away. To save my sanity, I'm trying to work from the Mini and use the Indigo's dial-up connection over Ethernet. According to the Mini's Network settings, it's working and connecting, but I still can't acces anything with the Mini. Is there something else I need to configure, or is the combination of Ethernet and dialup just too slow to ever be feasible? And disk images: I need to recreate the Indigo's contents either on the Mini or on an external drive so that I can access it, including my user settings, and bootable if possible, after I give the Indigo away. Preferably on the Mini, since it has all the free space; the external drive boots from 9 and would need several more hours of file-shuffling to make space. I had thought I could just make a disk image of the Indigo on the Mini, but when I've tried that, it starts copying, then abruptly says "Permission Denied" with no explanation. I assume it has something to do with OS X's dad-blastit multiuser setup (tell me again how horrible the older OSes were -- the ones that would have let me just copy the Indigo drive over and been done with it yesterday ). For some reason, it won't accept Sabrah on the Mini as the same user as Sabrah on the iMac; maybe because one's lowercase? Anyway, any suggestions for working around this?