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Inner Workings of WANPIPE

Nenad Corbic David Mandelstam Issue #82, February 2001 Corbic and Mandelstam discuss the structure and user interfaces to the WANPIPE drivers as they have evolved and currently exist. From the start, Linux has been the operating system of choice for network appliances—devices that provide services such as network address translation (NAT), firewalling, virtual private networks (VPN), mail services and web ...

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The /proc File System And ProcMeter

Andrew M. Bishop Issue #36, April 1997 You may rely on your electronic Rolodex to organize your life, but Linux uses the /proc file system. The /proc file system is a part of Linux that most people have not investigated deeply—perhaps may have never heard of. Like the kernel itself, it is a vital part of a Linux system. Yet ...

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