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MacBook Pro (Wireless Internet) <-> ethernet <-> Windows XP (no wireless) ?

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Jun 6, 2010 11:36 PM
Hello,

I have MacBook Pro with wireless internet that works just dandy.

I also have a cheap IBM ThinkPad running Windows XP. It's from the stone age, so it has no wireless internet card.

Ethernet cable successfully connects the two, and I can transfer files back and forth using smb://, no problem.


But I really want is to be able to get internet on Windows using connection from my MacBook Pro.


Is this possible? Can I do it in system preferences somewhere, or would I have to go buy a router or something?

EDIT: I'm a Web Developer, so I just want to be able to connect to see how HTML files look on IE. If there is a way to setup a localhost and plug IP into Windows XP, that'd be a good enough solution.

RE-EDIT: Just figured it out on my own :S

Thanks,
-Adam

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Macbook Pro, Early 2008, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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