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Download header files for running unix network programs

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I am new to socket programming and I want to download the entire header

file package (unp.h,unpifi.h,net.if_arp.h) used for making unix

network programs in C.Please tell me a good reliable source which has

steps to configure the libraries..Plz help me out

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    • On Fri, 21 Apr 2006 02:21:25 -0700, jeniffer wrote:

      > I am new to socket programming and I want to download the entire header

      > file package (unp.h,unpifi.h,net.if_arp.h) used for making unix

      > network programs in C.Please tell me a good reliable source which has

      > steps to configure the libraries..Plz help me out

      http://www.kohala.com/start/unpv12e.html

      #1; Wed, 07 May 2008 13:56:00 GMT
    • Nils O. Sel=E5sdal wrote:

      > On Fri, 21 Apr 2006 02:21:25 -0700, jeniffer wrote:

      >

      > http://www.kohala.com/start/unpv12e.html

      I downloaded the source and performed steps as given in the readme

      file.On running the configure script :-

      $ ./configure

      : bad interpreter: No such file or directory

      ]$ sh configure

      : command not found

      : command not found

      : command not found

      : command not found

      : command not found

      'onfigure: line 57: syntax error near unexpected token `do

      'onfigure: line 57: `do

      --

      Also i find tht the configure script has several unset variables.Plz

      tell me wht to do?

      #2; Wed, 07 May 2008 13:57:00 GMT
    • jeniffer wrote:

      > Nils O. Selsdal wrote:

      > I downloaded the source and performed steps as given in the readme

      > file.On running the configure script :-

      > $ ./configure

      > : bad interpreter: No such file or directory

      You get this error often because the text file is in

      "dos" format. The 'file' command should tell you -

      find some tool to convert the file(s)

      #3; Wed, 07 May 2008 13:58:00 GMT
    • "Nils O. Selsdal" <noselasd.unix-linux.questionfor.info.asgaard.homelinux.org> writes:

      > jeniffer wrote:

      > You get this error often because the text file is in

      > "dos" format. The 'file' command should tell you -

      > find some tool to convert the file(s)

      Converting from MS-DOS newlines to unix newlines can be done with:

      tr -d '\015' < file.dos > file.unix

      or:

      mv file file.dos && tr -d '\015' < file.dos > file && rm file.dos

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      #4; Wed, 07 May 2008 13:59:00 GMT