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Help link Sun RPC and DEC RPC

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I have SCO 3.2v4.2 and Sun RPC ( with rpcgen protocol compiler ), and clients under Win95.
For clients I use MS Visual C++ 5.0 with DEC RPC
( MIDL protocol compiler ) - but there one dont compatible !
Does somebody know how I can link these ?
Or may be somebody helps find out freeware Sun RPC for
Windows 95 or DEC RPC for Unix ?
Any ideas would help.
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Sarp: Windows 95 supports DEC PATHWORKS, and Sun NFS simultaneously. Is there something else that you need, if so, be more specific as to the problem you incurring.
Dennis

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