Building Linux Virtual Private Networks
Building Linux Virtual Private Networks is part of New Riders' "Landmark Series" of books, all of which feature distinctive black and white photos on the cover.

On the cover of this book is an image of the River Clyde winding through the City Center of Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and the third largest city in the United Kingdom. It is located in the Clyde Valley 64 km west of Edinburgh, and is a short distance from lochs and mountains that provide some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain. Glasgow is home to half the population of Scotland, and the country's cultural capital. The city was officially founded in 1180, but its history can be traced back to the founding of a church in the sixth century. The name Glasgow is said to be derived from a Gaelic word meaning 'dear green place.'

Glasgow has a mixture of Medieval, Georgian, and Victorian architecture, the oldest remaining home being Provand's Lordship, built in 1471. The pedestrian-friendly City Center is the main shopping and nightlife area, boardered by Trongate and the Merchant City to the East, motorways to the North and West, and the River Clyde to the South.

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