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As it turns out I had a purchased copy of Xcode for Snow Leopard. Installing that fixed it.


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I'm not 100% sure this is exactly related to the question at hand, but it might help some with this issue. TL;DR: make sure your machine does not include . or \ First. back in OSX 10.9.x Apple changed the default file share service from AFP to SMB2, meaning if you use Finder to connect to a machines file share the machine will try SMB then it should ...



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