Demonstrates how to work with protocols, set up an Internet connection, and select and configure hardware for use with such popular Internet services as file transfer protocol, gopher, World Wide Web pages, and e-mail. Original. (Intermediate).CHAPTER. 11. Remote. Administration. and. Maintenance. Tools. UNIX administrators have one very real advantage over administrators of systems running the Mac OS: the ability to telnet into a UNIX box from virtually anywhere, and receiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Providing Internet Services Via the Mac OS|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley - 1996-01-01|