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  slaws (Profile)
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Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:21 pm
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I have an iMac w/Tiger and connect via the Chooser with no problem. I just upgraded by Macbook to Leopard and now my Powerbook 1400c/166 finds the macbook but is only offered guest access. Then when I try to connect the chooser crashes with a Type 1 error.

Using OT 1.3 and Appleshare 3.8.3
  
  slaws (Profile)
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Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:30 pm
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Since I posted last night I've upgraded to Appleshare 3.8.6 which fixed the guest access thing but I still get the crash with Type 1 error. I then upgraded to Appleshare 3.8.8 with no change. Did anyone solve this Type 1 error problem?
  
  DaveRhodes (Profile)
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Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:17 pm
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My PB 1400 has the same trouble. My PB 3400 doesn't. It may be 1400-specific.

Let me check and see if the problem goes away when I switch to Mac OS 8.6 on the 1400.
  
  slaws (Profile)
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Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 5:55 am
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Yeah, for now I've given up on AppleTalk and have just enabled the FTP server in OS X and am using Fetch to transfer files.
  
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