RPC Servers

RPC Servers

Post by James W » Sat, 15 Nov 1997 04:00:00

I'm writing a program that runs as an RPC service. My problem is that
unless I start the program as root, I get a portmapper error about
unautorized ports. Presumably I have some sort of configuration problem,
but I don't know what. Any ideas? Please cc a copy of your reply to me.
Thanks alot.

McGill University


1. UNIX RPC client, NT RPC server

If anyone can provide me some information about this, I'd really appreciate

I need to code an RPC client which will run on a UNIX box and will contact
an RPC server running on an NT box.  We have the ONC RPCGEN protocol
compiler available on the UNIX box, and presumably Visual Studio/C++ for the
corresponding protocol compiler on the NT side.  Has anyone out there done
this?  Will this work?  Are the RPC libraries on the two proposed platforms
compatible?  Do they have to be?  I have an already-existing spec. for the
interface functions written in Microsoft IDL...would it be as simple as
converting (somehow) this IDL to RPCL for the protocol compile in UNIX?

Please help!

                        Dave S

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