Chapter 14. Networking

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One of the benefits of open source technology in general and Linux in particular is that it is now mature enough to be used effortlessly across several different networking environments as well as the Internet. With strong support for the standard Internet protocol TCP/IP, Linux can also talk to all the UNIX flavors, as well as Mac OS X, Windows (with the help of Samba), NetWare (IPX), and even ...

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