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Chapter 13. Running Network Services > Running Services in Mac OS X

13.2. Running Services in Mac OS X

Like so many other administrative tasks in Mac OS X, you have two ways to run the network services. The classic Unix way involves invoking the daemon on the command line, either manually through the Terminal or with a script. The Sharing preference pane, though, provides a very simple on/off switch for many network services.

13.2.1. Running Services Through the Sharing Pane

The Sharing pane contains three tabbed panes shown in Figure 13-1.


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