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In order to communicate or transfer the data from one computer to another computer we need some address. In Computer Network various types of address are introduced; each works at different layer. Media Access Control Address is a physical address which works at Data Link Layer. In this article, we will discuss about addressing in DLL, which is MAC Address.

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MAC Addresses are unique 48-bits hardware number of a computer, which is embedded into network card (known as Network Interface Card) during the time of manufacturing. MAC Address is also known as Physical Address of a network device. In IEEE 802 standard, Data Link Layer is divided into two sublayers –

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  2. For a Unix developer, approaching Tiger from the Mac side is a bit like learning Russian by reading the Russian side of a Russian-English dictionary. Fortunately, O'Reilly has been the Unix authority for over 25 years, and in Mac OS X Tiger for Unix Geeks, that depth of understanding shows.This is the book for Mac command-line fans.
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The most striking difference between Mac OS X and other flavors of Unix is in how Mac OS X handles the boot process. Gone are the /etc/inittab and /etc/init.d from traditional Unix systems. In their place is a BSD-like startup sequence sandwiched between a Mach foundation and the Aqua user interface. This chapter describes Mac OS X Leopard’s startup sequence, beginning with the boot.


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Publisher: O'Rei lly Me dia 2008 432 Pages ISBN: 059652062X PDF 13 MB
If you're a developer or system administrator lured to Mac OS X because of its Unix roots, you'll quickly discover that performing Unix tasks on a Mac is different than what you're accustomed to. Mac OS X for Unix Geeks serves as a bridge between Apple's Darwin OS and the more traditional Unix systems. This clear, concise guide gives you a tour of Mac OS X's Unix shell in both Leopard and Tiger, and helps you find the facilities that replace or correspond to standard Unix utilities.
You'll learn how to perform common Unix tasks in Mac OS X, such as using Directory Services instead of the standard Unix /etc/passwd and /etc/group, and you'll be able to compile code, link to libraries, and port Unix software using either Leopard and Tiger.
This book teaches you to:
* Navigate the Terminal and understand how it differs from an xterm
* Use Open Directory (LDAP) and NetInfo as well as Directory Services
* Compile your code with GCC 4
* Port Unix programs to Mac OS X with Fink
* Use MacPorts to install free/open source software
* Search through metadata with Spotlight's command-line utilities
* Build the Darwin kernel
And there's much more. Mac OS X for Unix Geeks is the ideal survival guide to tame the Unix side of Leopard and Tiger. If you're a Unix geek with an interest in Mac OS X, you'll soon find that this book is invaluable.
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