LinuxPR: Rod Smith's 'Linux: Networking for Your Office' ReleasedDec 07, 1999, 04:05 (4 Talkback[s])
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"This book covers the networking tasks most commonly required of Linux in a small office or home office (SOHO) environment, such as using Samba, Netatalk, and NFS/lpd for file and printer sharing with Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX clients; performing IP masquerading to let a small network share a single dialup, DSL, or cable modem Internet connection; and running Linux programs on remote computers. The book begins with basic information on TCP/IP and the Internet, including details of how to set up and configure your Linux computer for basic networking tasks. This book is marketed for office users, but home users wanting to set up a small network will find it useful, as well."
"You can find more details on my web page, including some additional networking information not available at press time and a link to Amazon.com's ordering page for the book. My web page's URL is:
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