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I want to have a message send & receive through 2 uni-direction FIFO
Flow of data
stdin--->parent(client) writefd--->FIFO1-->child(server) readfd
child(server) writefd2---->FIFO2--->parent(client) readfd2--->stdout
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Hi guys, I'm having some problem here, I'm studying pipes, and i want to create a shell in C and at this point a don't want to use semaphores, instead I want to use tricks. Straight to the doubt: I've a parent and a child process, and both of them has some code to execute, and the child process... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: pharaoh
I need help with understanding this in C-programming style(the systemcalls only):
Three processes communicates via two pipes. (when the processes creates all stdin is the keyboard and all stdout is the screen)
This is how the communication goes:
Process 2 stdin (keyboard) and stdout goes via... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: oskis
I need a client server communication using a FIFO. Sever is contacted by multiple clients.Each client writes its request to a FIFO.The server replies back to the client through a client specific FIFO.
give any link to sample FIFO programs..........
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Discussion started by: krishnampkkm
i want to write a C chat program that communicates over IPC(inter process communication), that could be run using 2 seperate terminal windows within the same computer. so that wat u type in one terminal window , should appear on the other and vice versa...
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Discussion started by: localp
here is the concept:
the client reads a pathname from the standard input and writes it to pipe1.The server reads this pathname from the pipe1 and tries to open the file for reading.If the server can open the file ,the server responds by reading the file and writting it to pipe2;otherwise the... (2 Replies)
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I am thinking about writing a log daemon for a multi-processed ksh application (yes - I know that high-level language would be a better option).
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If many processes (many scripts) will try writing to a single log file:
print "message" > common.log
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I'm new to socket programming. Have a basic doubt.
I have a structure(global) at the server side.
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using fork().how do v send and receive messages in child and parent process. (2 Replies)
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I'm very worried. I have an assignment that is due in 3 weeks, and also tute exercises which I can't seem to understand and work out.
Okay, the question:
The parent process will convert the command arguments into integer values using atoi() and store them into an integer array which you will... (2 Replies)
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