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Can annybody tell me where to get or send me the protocols.h and ip_udp.h files? Please!!
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Those files are development header files out of libc5.  They are no longer present (AFAIK) in glibc/libc6, the functions having presumably been incorporated elsewhere.  Obtaining a complete libc5 distribution will provide them.

If you are running a Debian Linux system, they can be found in the libc5-altdev package.  If you aren't, you can still use the Debian website (www.debian.org) to hunt for the package, download it, and then use alien or ar to extract the files you need.

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