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Encapsulating IP Using SCSI

Ben Elliston Issue #52, August 1998 Mr. Elliston is working on a protocol for using SCSI devices to network Linux clusters in order to transfer data at high speeds. I was introduced to the UNIX operating system about seven years ago, and I soon became familiar with the networking companion to UNIX: TCP/IP (transmission control protocol/Internet protocol). As time progressed, ...

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Using Linux to Teach Unix System Administration

Joe Kaplenk Issue #44, December 1997 A teacher at the College of DuPage in Illinois, has found that teaching system administration to beginners is both easy and cost-effective using Yggdrasil Linux.               College of DuPage There are several handicaps inherent in teaching a class in Unix administration in an academic environment. In order to ...

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