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Old 02-22-2001, 04:45 PM   #1
Registered: Feb 2001
Location: MI
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me and my friend have a computer lab in his basement. we have been wanting to network them together for some time. i don't know much about networks, do you think linux can somehow manage to communicate with these computers:

1 Cyrix 80Mhz (our Linux box)
3 Power Macs (about 33 - 66 Mhz each)
2 486sx's at 33 Mhz Windhos 95
2 486dx's at 66Mhz Windhos 98
2 386sx's at 33Mhz Windhos 95
2 286's at 10 Mhz DOS

i know it will probably be able to network with the pc's, but it would be cool to be able to communicate with our macs!

please, help me out


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