Appleshare IP on Linux - page 3
Go to your Mac and open the chooser (under the Apple menu on the top left of the screen). Select AppleShare and your Linux box should show up.
The name will be the first part of the FQDN and is taken from the host name settings. If it isn't there, click on the "Server IP address" button at the bottom of the screen and type in either the IP or the full name of the server.
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