Disk Sharing in 10.6 vs 10.4

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Server, Xserve, and Networking' started by wildwell, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. wildwell macrumors newbie

    wildwell

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    Hi everyone,

    I recently upgraded two 20" iMac to 10.6 and now I can't figure out to mount a disk from one computer to the other.

    In 10.4 and 10.3, you enabled file sharing and went to 'Go - Network' from the Finder. The other available computers on the network would show themselves, you pick one and log-in. You were then presented with a list of volumes to mount and that was it. The volumes you selected (hard drives, optical disks, thumb drives, disk images, etc.) were now on your desktop and free to do with as you please.

    I haven't found how to accomplish this between the two iMacs running 10.6. I couldn't see my iMac (running 10.6) from my laptop (running 10.4) either. I also couldn't see my laptop from my iMac.

    How do you do this in OSX 10.6?
     
  2. wildwell thread starter macrumors newbie

    wildwell

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    No one here knows how to mount a disk for file sharing?:confused:
     

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