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Linux Networking Clearly Explained

Sunday, August 02, 2009 ·

2daytk9.jpgLinux, like all Unix variants, was built for networking above all. As a result, its networking features are flexible and reliable–and daunting to Linux newcomers who aren't familiar enough with terms and concepts even to know what to look for in the documentation. Bryan Pfaffenberger does a service to people new to Linux networking with Linux Networking Clearly Explained, an assume-nothing guide to local area networks (LANs) and Internet connectivity under the open-source operating system. Pfaffenberger shows how to do everything–file sharing, printer sharing, inter-machine backups, and Internet connection sharing–that most home and office computer users want to do with their LANs. He explains how Linux fits into an environment of diverse equipment, showing how to make Linux machines talk to Mac OS units and Windows computers.




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