TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?

TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?

Post by Lee Van Dy » Sat, 21 Sep 1996 04:00:00



Hi,

TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?  Using ipx as a
transport?

TIA,

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TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?

Post by Bill Pa » Sun, 22 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Daring to challenge the will of the almighty Leviam00se, Lee Van*

: Hi,

: TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?  Using ipx as a
: transport?

: TIA,

: Lee Van*            Senior Software Eng.       714-852-1000(voice)    

TI-RPC uses TLI/STREAMS rather than sockets. To make TI-RPC work, someone
first has to implement TLI/STREAMS in Linux (or FreeBSD, or NetBSD, or
OpenBSD, or whatever). Otherwise, you'd have to hack it to use only sockets,
and if you're going to do that you may as well just use the socket-based
RPC 4.0 anyway.

-Bill

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TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?

Post by Bill Pa » Sun, 22 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Reposting article removed by rogue canceller.

Daring to challenge the will of the almighty Leviam00se, Lee Van*

: Hi,

: TI-RPC, Has anyone ported it to Linux?  Using ipx as a
: transport?

: TIA,

: Lee Van*            Senior Software Eng.       714-852-1000(voice)    

TI-RPC uses TLI/STREAMS rather than sockets. To make TI-RPC work, someone
first has to implement TLI/STREAMS in Linux (or FreeBSD, or NetBSD, or
OpenBSD, or whatever). Otherwise, you'd have to hack it to use only sockets,
and if you're going to do that you may as well just use the socket-based
RPC 4.0 anyway.

-Bill

--
=============================================================================
-Bill Paul            (212) 854-6020 | System Manager, Master of Unix-Fu


=============================================================================
 "If you're ever in trouble, go to the CTR. Ask for Bill. He will help you."
=============================================================================

 
 
 

1. TI-RPC (ONC+ RPC) for Linux

Hi guys,

Would anyone know if TI-RPC is available for Linux?  I know that regular
ONC RPCs are, as are DCE RPC, but I haven't been able to find anything
talking about ONC+RPCs, or TI-RPCs.

Thanks for any info,

K.

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