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    UNIX is a very stable and very powerful operating system. This tutorial assumes you have access to either a Linux or UNIX shell account. We are going to connect via our windows telnet client.
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    This document is meant to provide people who already have a knowledge of Programming in C, with the knowledge necessary to write Unix programs that use the network .
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    UNIX is an operating system which first developed in the 1960s, and has been under constant development ever since. By operating system, we mean the suite of programs which make the computer work.
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    In this paper we address the problem of how an operating-system kernel or a server can determine with absolute certainty that it is safe to execute code supplied by an application or other untrusted source.
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    This paper presents how the Strategy pattern has been used to build BAST, an extensible object-oriented framework for programming reliable distributed systems. Protocol composition plays a central role in BAST and relies on the notion of protocol class.
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    Few things compare with the growth of the Internet over the last decade, except perhaps its growth in the last several years. A key challenge for Internet infrastructure has been delivering increasingly complex data to a voracious and growing user population.
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    As computers become more ubiquitous in large corporate, government, and academic organizations, the total cost of owning and maintaining them is becoming unmanageable.


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Posted on: April 3, 2006

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