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Right now my code in on a SUN box but we want to put it on an  HP. Is there anything that I should be aware of before doing this? Is there any changes that would have to be make to my code for switching over.
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As long as your code is POSIX conformant you shouldn't have any worries.
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I am not sure what POSIX comformant means. Could you direct me to where I could find information about that.
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http://daffy.robelle.com/smugbook/posix.html
Here's a site that will explain what posix is.  There are lots of books on the subject that aren't that expensive.  
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