On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Doug Hughes wrote:
> On Sat, 7 Oct 2000, Jeffrey Baker wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Could tou please give me some guidance. I want to write a
> > Tcl or c program that I can install as a daemon in "/etc/services" on port
> > 1122.
> > [...]
> Here's an example of a simple daemon in Tcl that does what you want.
> socket -server sockh 1122
> vwait n
This is good, because you can do it as a user, but in case you happen to
have root privileges on the machine, you can write the "server code" to
communicate via stdin/stdout, and "hook" it on the right port in
You have all the manpages handy to help you with the details.
Well, this was rather off-topic, but I'm not smart enough on-topic yet :-)
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