I have three Macs (2 PBs and a mini), all wirelessly connected to our router, and all running Tiger. I also have a Linux box (running Suse) that I now want to use as a remote resource for the 3 macs (so that they can use the Linux's two harddiscs and, in the case of two of the Macs, the Linux's DVD-burner). In case it matters, I can also mention that the Linux box is connected to the router (D-Link DI-514) by a wired connection. A linux-savvy friend spent some time last night typing in the commands necessary so that the macs can all see the Linux box. He then suggested I download NFS manager, so that I could mount and access the Linux box from a point-and-click interface (I'm an idiot as far as Terminal in concerned). I downloaded NFS Manager, but see that I need more basic instructions than the help files give in order to use the program effectively. For one thing, I don't seem to find an option to let NFS Manager discover the computers that are online. I'll need pretty basic instructions if I have to add them manually. Can anyone recommend websites that I can use as resources to learn how to do this? I'm not asking for you all to hold my hand through the process, just point me to good resources for networking beginners. Most of what I can find seems to be on how to network Mac with Windows, not Linux. I do realize OS X has what's needed to to this built in, I just don't know how to make use of it.