The Joy (and Agony) of SLIP
Oct 01, 1994 By Warren Baird
Have you ever wanted to connect your computer to a network? Perhaps you have two computers that you want to run Mosaic, ftp, or X11 between? Do you want to let your friends experience the full power of your magnificent new Linux box? SLIP is one way you can do all these things.
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