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Accesar de Windows un disco externo en la mac? [SOLUCIONADO]

Hola... requiero conectarme desde la PC que está en la red local con Windows XP a mi mac que corre OS X 10.4.10, pero necesito tener acceso a mis archivos en el disco duro externo firewire conectado a dicha mac. Normalmente me conecto a mi mac desde la PC en los "Network Places" con la dirección \\192.168.1.100\joel donde \joel es el nombre de mi home en la mac, pero entonces sólo puedo accesar a los archivos dentro del home y eso no incluye a mis archivos en el disco firewire externo... ¿cuál es la manera de hacer esto? saludos y les agradezco muchísimo de antemano.. Joel

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amblin272 Puntos120780
Re: Accesar desde PC windows un disco externo en la mac?

joel

Hola... requiero conectarme desde la PC que está en la red local con Windows XP a mi mac que corre OS X 10.4.10, pero necesito tener acceso a mis archivos en el disco duro externo firewire conectado a dicha mac. Normalmente me conecto a mi mac desde la PC en los "Network Places" con la dirección \\192.168.1.100\joel donde \joel es el nombre de mi home en la mac, pero entonces sólo puedo accesar a los archivos dentro del home y eso no incluye a mis archivos en el disco firewire externo... ¿cuál es la manera de hacer esto? saludos y les agradezco muchísimo de antemano.. Joel

Salutes ^_^... has probado creando un shortcut al disco duro dentro de la carpeta Public???

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joel Puntos70520
Re: Accesar desde PC windows un disco externo en la mac? probé con un shortcut en el home, que puedo accesar, pero Windows no reconoce los shortcuts del OS X... así que tiene que ser de alguna otra manera :(

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joel Puntos70520
Ok, google es mi amigo. La solución está aquí: http://forums.macworld.com/message/363051 y Copio aquí por si acaso:
Re: Access External Hard Drive files from windows If you're comfortable editing config files, then you can add the external firewire drive as a new share in your /etc/smb.conf file. If you can first make sure that both computers are in the same workgroup, things will go easier. I'd say to first check on the XP machine ( R click on My Computer>>Properties>>Computer Name ), and see which workgroup it is set to. Most of the time the default is MSHOME. Then, on the Mac, go to Applications>>Utilities and start Directory Access. If the padlock is closed, click it and enter your user name and password. Double-click on SMB/CIFS, and enter the workgroup name from the PC. I tend to always enter the workgroup name in all caps (SMB is only supposed to see it as caps, but I've seen macs get confused if I enter the name in lowercase).Click OK, and then click the padlock. Next, it's time to back-up the current smb.conf file. In a Terminal window, enter...
code: sudo cp /etc/smb.conf /etc/smb.conf.orig 

Enter your password, and hit return. The smb.conf file has a basic format of sharename option = value option = value So, assuming that the name of the firewire drive that you want to share is "FirewireDrive", "joe" is the short name of the user account that can log onto the Mac, and "Mac-External" is the name you want to give the share, you'll add the following to the end of your /etc/smb.conf file.... Mac-external path = /Volumes/FirewireDrive valid users = joe writable = yes Adjust these to your situation. After editing and saving the smb.conf file, go to the sharing pane of System Preferences and restart Windows Filesharing. Now it's time to go to the PC. If the networking dieties are smiling on you, the Mac will show right up when you go to My Network Places and click on "View workgroup computers". Double-click on the icon for the mac, and then double-click on the share you just set up. Enter the user name and password from the Mac, and you should be set.

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amblin272 Puntos120780

joel

Ok, google es mi amigo. La solución está aquí: http://forums.macworld.com/message/363051 y Copio aquí por si acaso:

Re: Access External Hard Drive files from windows If you're comfortable editing config files, then you can add the external firewire drive as a new share in your /etc/smb.conf file. If you can first make sure that both computers are in the same workgroup, things will go easier. I'd say to first check on the XP machine ( R click on My Computer>>Properties>>Computer Name ), and see which workgroup it is set to. Most of the time the default is MSHOME. Then, on the Mac, go to Applications>>Utilities and start Directory Access. If the padlock is closed, click it and enter your user name and password. Double-click on SMB/CIFS, and enter the workgroup name from the PC. I tend to always enter the workgroup name in all caps (SMB is only supposed to see it as caps, but I've seen macs get confused if I enter the name in lowercase).Click OK, and then click the padlock. Next, it's time to back-up the current smb.conf file. In a Terminal window, enter...
code: sudo cp /etc/smb.conf /etc/smb.conf.orig 

Enter your password, and hit return. The smb.conf file has a basic format of sharename option = value option = value So, assuming that the name of the firewire drive that you want to share is "FirewireDrive", "joe" is the short name of the user account that can log onto the Mac, and "Mac-External" is the name you want to give the share, you'll add the following to the end of your /etc/smb.conf file.... Mac-external path = /Volumes/FirewireDrive valid users = joe writable = yes Adjust these to your situation. After editing and saving the smb.conf file, go to the sharing pane of System Preferences and restart Windows Filesharing. Now it's time to go to the PC. If the networking dieties are smiling on you, the Mac will show right up when you go to My Network Places and click on "View workgroup computers". Double-click on the icon for the mac, and then double-click on the share you just set up. Enter the user name and password from the Mac, and you should be set.
Salutes ^_^... muy buena esa solución solo cuida no cambiarle el nombre con el cual aparece el disco en el Finder ya q' es la referencia...

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