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I believe that you have the key to the answer in your question. It is a permissions issue and there are at least two ways that you could fix it. Ultimately, though, it is likely that Google Drive owns the file and then when the web server in XAMPP tries to execute it, it is denied. Likely, the web server isn't even in the same group as GD and therefore the ...
Looks like VLC Player is the best option for you right now in regards to subtitles on iOS devices. The site http://www.iphonehacks.com/2014/01/vlc-tips-tricks.html states: "VLC also includes support for subtitles. Some video formats natively support subtitles while for others, you need a separate .sub file. If you need to add a separate .sub file, name it ...
You can install VLC or Infuse (my favorite) and have them connect to your various machines.
When you are dragging the file, do you see a small green plus sign? If you don't see this, it means that you are going to cut and paste the file, but if you can see the green plus sign it means you are going to duplicate the file into another location. By holding the option key, you can force duplication, and you can see the green plus sign appears.
Best solution would be to either upgrade the iMac to 10.8+ and get WPA2 wifi sharing, or just get any cheap router. You can't use any sort of regular USB cable for a host-to-host setup, solutions do exist but are definitely a lot more expensive, and much more fiddly software-wise, than either a cheap router or simply a thunderbolt to firewire adapter for ...
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