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Concurrent, Connection-Oriented Multiservice Servers

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I'm currently developing an application that is spread over a couple of machines and I need to place a server on a Sun SPARC Ultra to receive connections from PC Clients and do stuff on their behalf. I don't know what the 'stuff' is yet so I'm trying to find a code framework that I can build with and plug in the functionality as and when I need it. Before you point me to the Internetworking series by Comer/Stevens, and various other BSD examples, does anyone know of any FREE code examples of concurrent, connection-oriented multiservice servers that have been built on Sun boxes ( as usual, they buy us hardware without documentation !!! )regardsChris Boyce
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