Chapter 9. Connecting to Networks

A computer isn't much of a computer if it can't communicate with resources over networks. For the most part, networking in Mint is quite simple, especially if all you want to do is plug in an Ethernet cable and let the automatic configuration do the work for you. However, there are some important aspects specific to Mint and the way that it handles networking that are worth knowing. In addition, features such as SSH paired with the power of the Linux shell add even more power to administration. In this chapter, we'll not only explore how networking is handled in Mint, but we'll also go over some neat tricks that will allow you to control your computer from any other computer.

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