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Can anyone provide me with codes for file transfer server to client or vice versa?
Also please explain how to compile those programs in ubuntu terminal as i am totally new to socket programming.
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I wanted to write a socket program in C, where I always want my socket connected to the server. i.e i shouldn't get disconnected once i get the response back from the server. I want to work in the connected mode, instead of disconnect and connect.
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I am trying to connect to more than 60 servers to perform some actions remotely. for this I am using ssh2. But its taking lot of time.
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Discussion started by: pvamsikr
I actually try to make client-server program.
I'm using SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.0 and when I try to compile my code (by TELNET) I've got this error :
I'm just using this simple code :
and I get the same error if I use :
If someone can help me,
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Any recommendation for this, web-site or publisher? (3 Replies)
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Is there any way to check up socket status other than 'netstatus '
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UPDATE-RCCONF-GUIDE(8) Debian GNU/Linux UPDATE-RCCONF-GUIDE(8)
update-rcconf-guide - Create default guide file for rcconf
Update-rcconf-guide creates the default guide file which rcconf uses.
Update-rcconf-guide searches the package names corresponding to each service file in /etc/init.d directory from dpkg info
files(/var/lib/dpkg/info/*.list) and get the description of these packages using apt-cache. Update-rcconf-guide uses Short-Description in
priority to the description if service files has Short-Description field. Update-rcconf-guide writes those results to
You can write your own guide in user guide file(/var/lib/rcconf/guide) by hand. Rcconf refers Guides in /var/lib/rcconf/guide before those
If you install some packages after executed update-rcconf-guide, you need to re-create this file using update-rcconf-guide so as to refresh
guide.default that includes new guides for installed new services.
Notice: update-rcconf-guide was not executed when you installed rcconf
Guide File update-rcconf-guide generates.
Guide File user(Administrator) can define.
Atsushi KAMOSHIDA <email@example.com>
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