As the title says, I have and love my Ubuntu 9.10 desktop (use it for programming). Just got a Macbook Pro (Snow Leopard) and stuff like Documents, etc, trying to figure out easiest way to share my Ubuntu desktop with my Macbook Pro.
Should I use Samba or NFS and is it easy to configure one (or something else) for only in network access (192.168.1.x).
It took me about 2 days to find/setup Macfuse and Macfusion for sshfs to the Fedora web server and I'm hoping there's something much easier for this in network access. But if it requires or is suggested I go ssh, I can do that.
Are there any security problems with either Samba or NFS - don't know much about AFP-Apple protocol so I've not brought it up.
Thanks in advance.