Hack and / - Your Own Personal Server: the Network

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This first installment of Kyle's personal server series will walk you through some common network hangups that can get in the way of hosting your own server at home.
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Kyle Rankin is a systems architect; and the author of DevOps Troubleshooting, The Official Ubuntu Server Book, Knoppix Hacks, Knoppix Pocket Reference, Linux Multimedia Hacks, and Ubuntu Hacks.

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Hello Friends,

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