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The LINUX® Network
by Fred Butzen
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 155828589X, Paperback)If you have the computer expertise to set up Linux, but are unfamiliar with networking in general, The Linux Network provides all the information you need to get your Linux network up and running. The authors begin with an overview of networking that discusses the TCP/IP network protocol in detail. The text then proceeds to cover initial installation and configuration of network hardware and software for Linux, how to set up e-mail, intranets and the Internet, and how to integrate a Windows 95 systems into a Linux network.
To give you an idea of the depth of this guide's networking information, take this example from the "Wiring Multiple Machines via Ethernet into an Intranet" chapter. To create a twisted-pair network, the authors provide sections on the physical layout of the network, supplies required for wiring, and how to run the cable, termination, and connections. The book also tells you how to use Linux as your Internet server and gateway to the Internet. The included CD-ROM contains the Slackware Linux version 3.5. --Robert Frankland
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