Chapter 25. Setting Up Networks and Samba
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Before it was known for almost anything else, Linux made its name in networking. Your Linux computer can connect with almost any operating system under the sun—MacOS (both flavors), all Unix flavors, and even Windows (with Samba’s help). Linux servers can be easily and quickly deployed in heterogeneous networks and will run pretty much forever without a crash or reboot.
SUSE Linux differs from SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) mostly in that SLES tends to offer a more server-friendly ...