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SubjectRe: Socket Interface
> > Note that I deliberately ignored my assumption when replying -- I gave
> > instructions for Debian derivations, even though I don't know of any
> > Debian-derived distribution with a version number 6.2.
> There are dozens of similarly different (or differently similar - as your
> prefer) Linux based O/Ses distributions around the world and some have had
> 6.x versionning when RedHat was also 6.x (SuSe for example).

Is linux in whole though just represented by the kernel?
Or is it represented by the kernel AND a subset of applications?

In any case, the point of the post was not this, and it wasn't even
on-topic. for what it's worth, I recommend any of the W. Richard Stevens

UNIX Network Programming, Volume 1: Networking APIs - Sockets and XTI
by W. Richard Stevens
2 edition Vol 1 (October 17, 1997) Prentice Hall; ISBN: 013490012X

Anthony J. Biacco Network Administrator/Engineer Intergrafix Internet Services

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