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Hi!
I need to know the font code C  under Linux to make a file server.

thanks a lot
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by:Talence
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Ehm.. could you be a _little_ more specific with regard to
your desired goal. For starters: what do you mean with "the
font code C"? And.. what does this "font code" have to do
with a file server??
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by:rbr
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Pls give more info what you want.
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by:Talence
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It might also be useful to tell us your distribution (for example
Red Hat/Slackware/Debian/etc); it may be possible that there are
standard packages available for what you want to do.
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Pls give more info!!!!!!
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by:Talence
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Jeez, "Pls give more info!!!" is the answer? :-)
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by:antesla
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Thanks for your quikly answers!
My english is not good, I'm afraid.
I try again:
I need to write in C- language a program.  This program has to do this:
any user can order to the program: (for example)
"copy <file> to <location>", or "delete <file>"

There is something (a daemon) that is waiting an order from any user, and when he receives one, he does it, if there is no busy.  Else, it keep the request in the message tail until he can do it

So, what I need is the C-routines that let me build a file-server, understanding like a file server something who let me work with files siultaneously with another users.

Thanks again.

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by:antesla
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Thanks for your quikly answers!
My english is not good, I'm afraid.
I try again:
I need to write in C- language a program.  This program has to do this:
any user can order to the program: (for example)
"copy <file> to <location>", or "delete <file>"

There is something (a daemon) that is waiting an order from any user, and when he receives one, he does it, if there is no busy.  Else, it keep the request in the message tail until he can do it

So, what I need is the C-routines that let me build a file-server, understanding like a file server something who let me work with files siultaneously with another users.

Thanks again.
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