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Old 01-02-2005, 06:11 AM   #1
linux_lover2005
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what is mean by linear socket buffers?


On Internet i found one document that states following statement
"Linux chooses to use linear buffers and save space in advance
because linear buffers make many other things much faster."

I want to know what is linear buffers? are they different than what we declare
in normal C programming syntax unsigned char *str.
 
  


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