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netdemos-4.5.0 and POSIX
- Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 14:11:00 +0100
- From: Bebbington.John at litef.de (John Bebbington)
- Subject: netdemos-4.5.0 and POSIX
Hello RTEMS users,
has anyone tried to compile the netdemos-4.5.0 for a Linux POSIX target?
I am trying to get a socket server to work with a RTEMS multi-tasking
software running on a Linux (POSIX) host configuration, but I am having
trouble with the "accept" blocking ALL tasks (i.e. the whole process!)
instead of only the single RTEMS task that calls "accept".
I am new to sockets, and so started by using examples of UNIX sockets as
described in Unix Network Programming, vol 1. by Stevens.
After noticing the block problem I switched over to try to compile the
netdemos for Linux POSIX. I cannot compile these demos as the "#include
<rtems/rtems_bsdnet.h> is not present in my environment for POSIX.
Any help would be gratefully received.