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I am looking for some good books on Client Servers
and also a book that covers threads (specifically
Solaris interpretation)

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by:Slarti
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1. what OS.
2. do you mean "client/server" or clients and servers or what.

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        STEVENS, W. RICHARD
         UNIX NETWORK PROGRAMMING

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I think the best book for alient-server programming in Unix is

Internetworking with TCP/IP Volume III
Comer
Ed: Prentice Hall

I hope this hepls

phillips
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