Neal P. Murphy
murphyn at motcid.UUCP
Sat Jun 15 00:17:00 AEST 1991
jlowrey at skat.usc.edu (John 'Fritz' Lowrey) writes:
>A quick question to my fellow travelers,
> Does the Unix PC operating system support the 'sockets' inter-process
>communication facility? I understand that this is primarily a feature of BSD
>unix, but our little OS is a bit of a mutt |-}.
The Unix PC supports SysV IPCF (It uses message queues, as opposed to sockets.)
If you look hard and long enough, I believe you can find a socket implementation
for the Unix PC, though.
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