Write Your Own Linux Server [Parts One & Two]
Aug 22, 2007, 07:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by David M. Williams)
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"One of the great strengths of Linux is its multi-faceted
network server capabilities, reaching back to its rich UNIX history
and the development of TCP/IP on that platform. If you're a
software developer, itâ€™s dead simple to
network-enable your own apps too, making them act consistently with
other server processes. Here's how to do it, in two parts.
"Firstly, a real world story: I was called to do some work for a
local ISP. They used a database system for administration and
billing purposes, and a Linux server for user accounts and
subscriber Web publishing..."
Story (Part One)
Story (Part Two)