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I have the requirement to sniff packets from
the Ethernet card on my Linux machine and
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So far I have written the raw packet sniffer
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processing. However, for huge number of packets ... (9 Replies)
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I like Linux and C programming language. Allways wanted to understand kernel and become a Linux system programmer. And I also like Objective-C and iOS. These two programming areas have relations:
1. Linux and iOS are UNIX-like systems, POSIX compliant.
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I'm doing a project in which one server communicates with several clients. How can i do it when i have different port numbers???:confused: (0 Replies)
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Hi, im trying to lern about raw sockets with my debian and c++. Tried to make a icmp and tcp packet and send it with sendto. Checked on wireshark and recognized that kernel changed my headers. So searched about stopping the kernel change the header and tried it with setsockopt, like said in at this... (4 Replies)
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I am trying to learn Networking Programming in C in unix enviorment. I want to know how good it is to become a network programmer. i am crazy about Network programming but i also want to opt for the best carreer options. Anybody experienced Network Programmer, please tell me is my... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: vibhory2j
I'm very interested in sockets programming
for developing games.
Right now i'm trying to develop a client,
and connecting to a host and port can be done,
but i googled lots of pages,
but i could not find how to reconnect
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Is there a way to see what sockets are in use? The developers here are getting some defunct processes and they would like to get a socket list.
This is on a Solaris 8 machine.
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Discussion started by: kjbaumann
I am looking for a way to have a program listen on a port (example: 8000) for communication I will be sending via that port to it(Linux Kernel machine). Once it recieves an appropiate command I need it to run a .bat file in linux.
I know what I need to do but I am running into a few problems:... (8 Replies)
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