Book Review: Advanced Linux Networking

    Date25 Sep 2002
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Advanced Linux Networking is written by Roderick W. Smith, who's the author of such books as 'Broadband internet connections', 'Linux Samba server administration', 'Linux: networking for your office', etc. Advanced Linux Networking consists of five parts, organized into smaller chapters, creating . . . Advanced Linux Networking is written by Roderick W. Smith, who's the author of such books as 'Broadband internet connections', 'Linux Samba server administration', 'Linux: networking for your office', etc. Advanced Linux Networking consists of five parts, organized into smaller chapters, creating a 26 chapter book which is an excellent reading companion to any basic Linux system administration book. Specifically, Caldera, Debian, Mandrake, Slackware, SuSE and Turbolinux distributions are covered to some extent, so you'll be avare of their major differences, and what sets one aparat in some areas.
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