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I would like to ask where I can find some good web sites about Linux Networking. I would like to know the introduction and details of this topic. And where can I find the source codes in Linux about this topic? Thanks.
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The main linux home page is www.linux.org.  From there are links to almost anything you would want about linux.  The networking source code will be in /usr/src/linux/net provided you have installed the source code on your system.
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And you were looking for what?
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When I search for the web sites of this topic from the main Linux homepage, I can only find the Network Administrator's Guide which is quite suitable. But it is quite difficult and I want some web sites giving me basic ideas and introduction of the topic. Perphaps I also want the sites explaining the source code. I know there are layers, socket, sock, buffer and device and I want to find informatiom about this since I can't search for good sites form www.linux.org. Can you give me some other sites? Thanks.
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