Describes how to determine a Linux computer’s network configuration, where the network configuration files are and how to configure DNS, bonding, etc. Also: info that often comes up on a job interview such as the OSI and TCP/IP models, TCP three-way-handshake and the new iproute2 commands.
Minimum background: logs into Linux computers and runs commands on the command line fairly regularly.
Man o' War was the greatest racehorse of the 20th Century. But he never had a great opponent. In the end, the Race of the Century was between the son and grandson of Man o' War. They ran right next to each other the entire race. The horses were so close to each other that the jockey’s knees almost touched. This book is about that race.