Successful Linux version using CAP

Successful Linux version using CAP

Post by Gaskintj » Wed, 05 Nov 1997 04:00:00

Can anyone tell me what version they have used to successfully install and
 compile CAP 6.0 ? And what packages they have installed?




1. Can the accept() be used after using one successful connect() with the same TCP port ?

Dear sir/madam,

I am using the glibc under the Linux platform.

Does anyone know if I can use the functions "listen() & accept()"
after one successful TCP connection with the function "connect" ?
Please refer to the following concept codes !!

int sockfd, new_connect_fd;

sockfd = socket(domain, type, protocol);
connect(sockfd, sockaddr, addrlen);                     <--- connect() and connection
successful !
listen(sockfd, backlog);
new_connect_fd =  accept(sockfd, sockaddr, addrlen);    <--- Can the
accept() be used after using connect() ?

Thanks for your help !

Best Regards. Louie

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