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Best of Technical Support Various Issue #56, December 1998 Our experts answer your technical questions. PLIP or SLIP? Is there an easy way to connect my laptop running MS Windows for WorkGroups to my PC running Red Hat 5.0? Should I use PLIP, SLIP or something else? —Thomas Svanelind PLIP is probably the cheapest and simplest networking setup around (although ...

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Linux Network Programming, Part 3

Ivan Griffin Mark Donnelly PhD. John Nelson Issue #48, April 1998 This month we are presented with an introduction to the networking of distributed objects and the use of CORBA. In the last few articles in this series, we dealt with basic low-level network programming in Linux, and with the issues involved in developing network servers (daemons). However, coding at ...

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