Talk:Mount a Remote Drive via AFP

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It says that /mach can't be read... well, on Mac OS X (10.4.9 build 8P2137), that's a symlink to /mach.sym, which is automatically created when Mac OS X boots. I believe that it can be safely deleted when the system is offline. If it were to be created, that would at least solve the error messages.

Removed reference to the firewall being disabled as a requirement, since that is not necessary -- see the Configure Firewall for more info. --Jonathan 01:24, 29 March 2007 (CEST)


Is it just me, because I cannot find the /sbin/mount_afp file in the combo update. All other mount_* are there but just not the mount_afp.