Linux Socket Programming by Example - Warren Gay

Linux Socket Programming by Example

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vectors
 writev(2) function  2nd  3rd

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abstract local addresses
 forming
AC LOCAL/AF UNIX socket address
 creating abstract
 accept function
 accept(2) function , 2nd
 arguments
 writing TCP/IP servers
accepting requests
 TCP wrappers
access
 by host/domain name
 by IP numbers
 network address user identification
 security issues
acro
 CMSG NXTHDR
acros
 ancillary
 ancillary data
 CMSG ALIGN
 CMSG DATA
 CMSG FIRSTHDR
 CMSG LEN
 CMSG SPACE
 cmsg(3)
 address families
 address family
 address structures
 full sockaddr ax25
 sockaddr
 sockaddr atalk
 sockaddr in
 sockaddr in6
 sockaddr un
 sockaddr x25
addresses
abstract local
 forming  2nd  3rd  4th  5th
 AF AX25 family
 AF INET6 family
AF LOCAL/AF UNIX
 initializing  2nd  3rd  4th
 AF UNSPEC family
broadcast
 mkaddr.c subrouting  2nd
 examining
families
 specifying  2nd  3rd
forming
 local  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th
 generating
 IN ADDRANY AF INET
interface
 building  2nd  3rd
Internet
 netmasks
IP
 reserved
 IPv4
network
 granting/denying access  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th
 obtaining
 peer sockets
remote
 resolving  2nd  3rd  4th
sockets
 binding  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th
structures
 sockaddr un
wild
 replying to  2nd
 X.25
addressing
 sockets
 adress classes
adresses
 AF APPLETALK family
 advanced RPN server functions , 2nd
advantages
 of shutting down writing
 TCP/IP
 AF APPLETALK address family , 2nd
 AF AX25 address family
AF INET
 choosing
AF INET address
 establishing specific
 AF INET address family
AF LOCAL/AF UNIX socket address
 initializing
 AF UNSPEC address family
allcating
IP addresses
 private
allocating
file descriptors
 kernal
 IP addresses
 amateur radio reserved IP numbers listing
anonymous
 calls
 anonymous sockets
applying
FILE streams
 to sockets  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th
 gethostbyname(3) function
 netmasks
select(2) function
 to servers  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th  10th  11th  12th  13th  14th  15th  16th  17th  18th
arguments
 accept(2) function
backlog
 listen
 bind(2) function
 commonly used socket values list
 domain
 getdomainname(2) function
 gethostbyaddr(3) function
 gethostname(2) function
 getpeername(2) function
 getservbyname(3)
 getservbyport(3) function
 getsockname(2) function
 getsockopt(2) function
 how
 listen(2) function
 mkaddr() function
 network broadcasting
 PF INET and SOCK DGRAM
 PF INET and SOCK STREAM
 PF LOCAL and SOCK DGRAM
 PF LOCAL and SOCK STREAM
 select(2) function
 sendto(2) function
 sethostent(3) function
 setprotoent(3) function
 setservent(3) function
 setsocketopt(2) function
 socket(2) function

    See : mktwatch client program
 arket Watch client program , 2nd
assing
 credentials
 file descriptors
associating
sockets
 with streams  2nd  3rd
ata
ancillary
 iterating  2nd
out-of-band
 writing
attaching
clients
 to servers

 Last updated on 9/18/2001
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