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missing files for scantcp.c program

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When I compiled scantcp.c, I got the following errors:

# gcc -o scantcp scantcp.c

scantcp.c:100: netinet/ip_tcp.h: No such file or directory

scantcp.c:110: resolve.c: No such file or directory

scantcp.c:111: tcppkt03.c: No such file or directory

Could someone please direct me to where I can find those missing files. TIA.
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You need to give more information like, where did you get this code and what is it, and what OS/Machine are you compiling it on?

The ip_tcp.h file might be called tcpip.h if you're doing this on a SVR4 system, the other 2 look like generated files, so you may have left a step out in your build.

Mike
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