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Old 30th June 2011, 04:19 AM
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USB-to-USB or FireWire connection for file transfer running Fedora

Is it possible to connect two computers running Fedora through USB for data transfer/networking? I know it is possible under Windows and Mac OS with the use of some programs (though I'm not sure if it is possible cross platform), and know some people have done it with Linux, but I'm not sure how it is done.

Also I know that it should also be possible to do accomplish this using FireWire (as it is with Macs).
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