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Authored by: seamusmh on Sep 12, '02 05:33:52PM

Thank you thank you thank you

I spent about 3 hours trying to make this work last night, but I just couldn't get the dav module to load based on the directions at stepwise, compiling the source from the webdav.org web site was a catastrophe for a newbie like myself

Along with an account at dyndns.org I have my own .mac server right at home, almost... I can use Timbuktu for remote control, file transfer, etc. Hopefully future versions of iPhoto will allow publishing on remote servers other than .mac as well. Fun stuff for geeks

Does anyone know how I can turn my dav folder that was created for iCal into something remotely mountable (like iDisk?). Maybe the .Net integrated services backlask will be so great that we can get to set our .mac servers to anything we wish at the os level...



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Authored by: BiTurbo27t on Feb 18, '03 01:16:21AM

"Does anyone know how I can turn my dav folder that was created for iCal into something remotely mountable (like iDisk?). Maybe the .Net integrated services backlask will be so great that we can get to set our .mac servers to anything we wish at the os level..."

Easy enough. In finder under the Go menu, use connect to server (or just hit command-k) and type "http://yourserver/dav/" You'll be prompted for your name and pw. It will then mount just like iDisk.



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