DOS-UNIX networking and internetworking
This book offers readers practical guidelines for building networks with a wide variety of configurations for all types of computing environments, including DOS, UNIX, OS/2 and Windows NT. Internetworking is also addressed, through product reviews, hardware recommendations, and a complete discussion of implementation strategies.
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DOS and UNIX Primer
Microsoft Windows and Windows NT
What Is Physical Media?
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AUTOEXEC.BAT boot cable Chapter command communications CONFIG.SYS configuration connectors create daemon desktop DESQview/X device disk e-mail environment Ethernet Figure file server file transfer filesystem fonts frame type hardware icon install program interface Internet internetworking IPX/SPX kernel LAN adapter LAN Manager lnstallation load login memory menu Microsoft Windows mode modem MS-DOS multiple NDIS NetWare server nodes Novell NetWare ODI drivers operating system options parameters PC-NFS print server printer problem protocol provides remote requires SCO UNIX screen script serial connection serial port session setup SoftPC SPARCstation standard startup TCP/IP TCP/IP network TCP/IP products telnet terminal emulation tion UNIX host UNIX machines UNIX system UNIX users UNIX workstation UnixWare UNlX utility vendors window manager Windows 3.1 WinSock X server X-terminals xterm XVision Yes Yes Yes