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May 19, 2011

I am interested in sharing an external drive between two computers. I do not want to disconnect the drive from one and then connect it on the other one - I want to share it.

Would this work with an external USB drive and a normal USB hub? Or is it something more complicated/impossible?

Also connecting the machines via network is not possible - it has to be USB, or I can connect it to one machine also via Ethernet but the second connection has to be USB.

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