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Setting up a Domain in Fedora Core

 
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Good people,
I am trying to set up a home network with my Fedora Core. I have the connectivity working alright and the computers can communicate without a problem, and share the internet communication.
However I would like to set up a proper domain, so I can use network log on instead of logging on the individual computers (local host ), and I would like to share my resources accordingly..
can someone tell me how I can go about setting a domain in Fedora Core?

Herbert.
 
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Check the Linux Network Administrator book, online at http://www.tldp.org/LDP/nag2/index.html or available in hard copy from O'Reilly. Everything you'll need to know to get started is in there.
HTH,
Joe
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