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Please tell me a few very good mailing lists for the followings:
1.Networking (switches and routers)
2.Network programming in c
3.unix in general
4.unix system admistration

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Question by:ramanujam
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Have a look at www.ugu.com for links to various unix/sysadm resources & mailing lists
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As you've asked this question in 5 different topic areas, that implies you want 5 different opinions - fair enough, my comment above was as good an answer as any :-)
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