One of the first things you most likely will want to do after you setup your Mac mini is upload some files to it. You can turn on and configure FTP sharing, or because you’ve already configured SSH access you can easily connect with SFTP. SFTP is encrypted and secure unlike FTP. We really like Transmit, but you can use FileZilla as well. Just enter your SSH connection settings when opening an SFTP connection and you’ll be able to upload files within seconds. Note: You will be automatically logged into your home folder unless you set the initial path.
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We've been hard at work adding more capacity for 2013 Mac Pros (while social distancing, of course). The 4 cabinets pictured here expand capacity in our Milwaukee data center by almost 200 Mac Pros. pic.twitter.com/hqrJ0MBV0G
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This is a look at @CyberLynk‘s Mac Pro hosting racks. 8 Pros per tray - sucks cold air in from the bottom and has a second 1U tray above that takes in the heat from the top of the Pros and vents it out the back. I’ve never seen so many Mac Pros in one place before! pic.twitter.com/ksfXCGO6tC