Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, A (4th Edition)

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1 Answers to Even-numbered Exercises 1. Descries: 2. Assuming rwho is disabled on the systems on your LAN, describe two ways to find out who is logged in on some of the other machines attached to your network. Use rsh , ssh , or telnet to connect to and run w or who on each host. Use finger . Log in on the console of each host and run w or who . 3. Explain the clidel. 4. A software implementation of chess was developed by GNU and is avail- able for free. How can you use the Internet to find a copy and download it? Use a search engine to find GNU chess and download the software from an appropriate site. Alternatively, go to the GNU home page and find the page that you can download the software from. 5. What rnet? 6. If you have access to the World Wide Web, answer the following questions. a. Which browser do you use? System/user dependent, frequently Mozilla or Firefox. b. What is the URL of the author of this book’s home page? How many links does it have? The URL is www.sobell.com; the number of links varies.
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