finkmac wrote:How would I move files from the SGI to my computer and vice versa?
The suggestion to use FTP is a good one, there are some opensource ftp applications available as pre-compiled IRIX binaries in nekoware: http://nekoware.dustytech.net/index.php?path=current/
Depending on how the IRIX installation was originally done on your O2, you may have a *very
* basic method of outbound file sharing already installed. IRIX installations include a very rudimentary web server by default. If it is installed (and not blocked or reconfigured) you can right click on any file or directory in your user account and select "Publish to Outbox..." from the drop-down menu to make the file or directory available in your O2's personal web site. The default web server used is old enough to be riddled with insecurities, but is probably safe enough for use in a reasonably well protected private network.
If it is installed and running you should be able to access the page from other systems on the same network by using the O2's IP address as a URL. Files or directories published to the outbox (with a right click) will appear in the "Outbox" page, the "Info" page will present your O2's hinv, and if you have an O2 Cam connected, the "Camera" page will publish a shot from the O2 Cam.
All in all it's charming piece of SGI history to play with, but not a tool for serious file transfers. If your needs come to that go with one of the other methods mentioned.