Category Archives: Unix/Linux

C++ || Snippet – How To Send Text Over A Network Using A TCP Connection

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “socket“, “connect“, “bind“, “read“, and “write” function calls for interprocess communication over a network

C++ || Snippet – How To Send Text Over A Network Using A UDP Connection

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “socket“, “bind“, “recvfrom“, and “sendto” function calls for interprocess communication over a network on

C++ || Multi Process Server & Client Hash Table Using Thread Pools, Message Queues, & Signal Handlers

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using commandline arguments, the following is a program which implements

C++ || File Copier Using Memory Mapped Files

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using commandline arguments, the following is a program which implements

C++ || Snippet – How To Use Memory Mapped Files

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “mmap”, “munmap” and “getpagesize” function calls on Unix based systems. A memory mapped file

C++ || Snippet – How To Display The Size Of A File Using Stat

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “stat” function calls on Unix based systems. The stat function returns information about a

C++ || Snippet – How To Use Message Queues For Interprocess Communication

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the msgsnd, msgrcv, and msgget function calls for use with message queues on Unix based

C++ || Snippet – Multi-Process Synchronization Producer Consumer Problem Using Threads

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of POSIX threads (pthreads), aswell as pthread mutex and condition variables for use on Unix based

C++ || Snippet – How To Create And Use Threads For Interprocess Communication

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of POSIX threads (pthreads), aswell as the pthread_create, and pthread_join function calls on Unix based systems.

C++ || Snippet – How To Override The Default Signal Handler (CTRL-C)

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “signal” function call on Unix based systems. Signals are interrupts delivered to a process

C++ || Multi-Hash Interprocess Communication Using Fork, Popen, & Pipes

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using two pipes, the following is a program which implements

C++ || Snippet – How To Use Popen & Save Results Into A Character Array

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “popen” function call on Unix based systems. The “popen” function call opens a process

C++ || Serial & Parallel Multi Process File Downloader Using Fork & Execlp

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. The following are two multi-process programs using commandline arguments, which

C++ || Snippet – How To Use Fork & Pipe For Interprocess Communication

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the fork, read, and write function calls for use with pipes on Unix based systems.