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Where I can get secure_rpc for Linux?

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I need implement some RPC applications under Linux.
I know that exists a packet named secure_rpc
(it comes with rpcsrc 4.0 by Sun), but I don't know
where I can get a version of secure_rpc for Linux.

Can someone help me?

Thanks in advanced ;)

Please, forward any kind of help to albertp@pcpro7.uab.es
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