November 4, 2000

The Network Manager: Connecting OS X to Unix

Author: JT Smith


MacWeek has a column
about connecting OS X to Unix: "The standard Unix connection tools are all here: telnet, rsh, rlogin, ftp, nfs, lp and so on. Aside from FTP
clients, they currently run only from the command line, although a Carbon version of MacTelnet is due
soon. The latter shows great promise, in part because it's scriptable, something the command-line
remote-access tools are not."

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  • Unix
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