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Old 08-05-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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Unhappy how to implement fork() in socket programming b/w server/client in voice communicatio

hello there...

i am doing dis project in LINUX using socket programming b/w a client/server .
the server gets da voice from mic and then is supposed to send dat voice to the client and whch plays it to speakers!
i hav accomplished reading/playing sound card in linux and also connected client/server to transfer text msgs only.....
BUT ....cant implement FORK() b/w both the sound and text programms!!
need help ...urgently ....plz
teach me how to use fork () in detail ....if possible!
Old 08-05-2005, 04:01 PM   #2
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Fork usage is simple. You just run fork() and see the result. If you get >0, you're in the parent process, if you get 0 you're in child process and if you get something less than 0 - there was an error.

The thing is what you want to do in parent/child process.


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