Linux Networking - Network Linux Computers
Operating Systems and Computer Networks
Computers use low-level software called an operating system to help people build and run their own programs. Operating system software runs not just on laptop computers but also on cell phones, network routers and other gadgets. An O/S normally provides basic networking support for Ethernet, Wi-Fi and sometimes Bluetooth and other wireless protocols.
Samba for Linux Networking
Samba supports sharing of files and printers across different operating systems using the Session Message Block (SMB) protocol. Many Linux environments use Samba to share resources with Windows.
Linux Networking and Kernel Programming
This detailed reference guide exposes many of the network programming secrets hidden inside the Linux operating system.