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SubjectRe: ANNOUNCE: Linux Kernel ORB: kORBit

> Also, 9P is a general communications framework only in the context of
> Plan9 itself. In reality it only applys directly/well to filesystem
> related issues... the reason it works well in Plan9 is that _everything_
> is a file (part of the beauty of plan9).

So... in a 9P-enabled system, you write a regular server program that
uses read(), write(), etc. to use the local (or another, remote) 9P
system and exports some interface over the network protocol and
encapsulation format of your choice. In your case, CORBA over IIOP or
something. :)

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