UNIX-domain socket client-server command-line tools
Bruce Guenter <bruceg@em.ca>
Version 0.36

This package contains UNIX domain socket client and server programs that
conform to UCSPI, the UNIX Client-Server Program Interface.

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Development versions of ucspi-unix are available via anonymous CVS.
Set your CVSROOT to ":pserver:cvs@bruce-guenter.dyndns.org:/CVS",
login with an empty password, and check out the "ucspi-unix" module.


- A UNIX system supporting UNIX domain sockets.
- Systems supporting the SO_PEERCRED socket option (only Linux
  currently) will have extra functionality.

How to install:

- As root, run "make ; ./installer"

This program is Copyright(C) 2002 Bruce Guenter, and may be copied
according to the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE (GPL) Version 2 or a later
version.  A copy of this license is included with this package.  This
package comes with no warranty of any kind.

Index of ucspi-unix

NameModification TimeSize

Parent Directory2011-09-21 20:22 -
ANNOUNCEMENT2002-06-10 15:12 2k
ChangeLog2000-08-25 13:40 2k
NEWS2002-06-10 15:12 2k
PROTOCOL2002-06-10 15:12 1k
TODO2002-06-10 15:12 44
archive2011-09-20 21:20 -
rh62011-09-20 21:20 -
rh72011-09-20 21:20 -
ucspi-unix-0.36-1.src.rpm2002-06-10 15:12 17k
ucspi-unix-0.36.tar.gz2002-06-10 15:12 14k

RPM File: ucspi-unix-0.36-1.src.rpm

Name        : ucspi-unix                   Relocations: (not relocateable)
Version     : 0.36                              Vendor: (none)
Release     : 1                             Build Date: Mon 10 Jun 2002 03:12:37 PM CST
Group       : Utilities/System              Source RPM: (none)
Size        : 15474                            License: GPL
Packager    : Bruce Guenter <bruceg@em.ca>
URL         : http://em.ca/~bruceg/ucspi-unix/
Summary     : UNIX-domain socket client-server command-line tools
Description :
unixclient and unixserver are command-line tools for building UNIX
domain client-server applications.  unixclient connects to a UNIX domain
socket and runs a program of your choice.  unixserver creates a UNIX
domain socket, waits for incoming connections and, for each connection,
runs a program of your choice.

unixclient and unixserver conform to UCSPI, the UNIX Client-Server
Program Interface, using UNIX domain sockets.  UCSPI tools are available
for several different networks.

Requires    :
rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1

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