> Not really on topic, but has anyone got any information
> (non-programming) on STREAMS the networking stack thing in SVR4?
> I'm looking for whitepaper type stuff, or conference papers... I don't
> want programming info at all..
Rago's book "Unix System V Network Programming" has a fair bit of
information both at the conceptual and programming level. The
official description (which is pretty good) is in "The Unix System V
Release 4 Programmers Guide" STREAMS volume, which is
published in book form by Prentice Hall -
Failing those, a good googling will probably get you lots of stuff.
It's pretty horrible. A decent enough *idea*, but the implementation
blows donkeys and the API sucks goats. The network Transport Layer
Interface is *particularly* nasty.
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