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Old 12-21-2009, 02:00 AM   #1
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open sudo terminal program in aix in c

Hi I am studing AIX I need to creat a pseudo-terminal by writing a c program for that i am referring source code script.c but that one is not working so I want another snippet of c code for aix machine that opens the pseudo-terminal

I have no Idea where can i get one so that I can compare and study the difference can any one help me for this


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