Linux Socket Programming by Example - Warren Gay

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Chapter 8. Connection-Oriented Protocols for Servers

The last chapter showed you how to write a connection-oriented client program. The server program that the client connects to must use a different procedure, however. This chapter will teach you about the role of the server, including the following topics:

  • The basic steps used by connection-oriented servers

  • Why the bind(2) function is necessary for servers

  • The listen(2) function and its role

  • The accept(2) function and its role

  • How to write a connection-oriented server program

With these topics mastered, you will be equipped to program your own custom server programs.

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