[RC5] question from a non-programmer

Barry Nathan barryn at pobox.com
Fri Nov 21 06:51:31 EST 1997


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Justin Cave <jocave at MIT.EDU> wrote:

>You could, on the other hand, copy and/or share buff-in and buff-out
files
>between processes on the two machines.

Since the original poster mentioned that they're connected with
Ethernet, he/she could also just turn on file sharing on the Mac with
dial-up, share the RC5 client folder, and run it from the other Mac.
That's my setup here (except I have 3 Macs, not 2).

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