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Linux Network Toolkit, by Paul G. Sery (IDG)

 
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I tattered this book pretty good when I was setting up my network at home. It even
had info on bugs in Win95 in the windows CIFS/SMB stuff - complete with fixes! If you have
Linux and a network, you need this book!(trailboss Jan 2000)

More info at Amazon.com
More info at Amazon.co.uk
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hi angela
I have successfully intalled redhat6.2 with nt and win98 but was not able to configure nfs and samba is this book is the one with can help me with i also new to linux, and going for the book 'running linux' do you recommend this book. will it contain enough information about configuring networks on linux.
thanks
 
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