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Old 05-28-2006, 11:57 AM   #1
mariogarcia
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linux ipc programming message queues


Hello
I am new to linux, and I have to program a sort of game; using message queues, it has to be a server-client implementation; the server must create the message queues and the client connect to it. i really don't know how to start? does anybody has a tutorial or something like that that might help me do what i need here?
thank you very much in advance, it's really important;
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Mario
 
Old 05-28-2006, 01:20 PM   #2
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Here's a good tutorial:
http://mia.ece.uic.edu/~papers/WWW/m...i-process.html

The absolutely best book on the subject is Stevens:
Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment, 2nd Ed; W. Richard Stevens
http://www.bookpool.com/sm/0201433079

Just FYI, the term "client/server" usually implies network communications between separate hosts. Message queues only provide communication between different processes on the same host.
 
Old 05-28-2006, 04:37 PM   #3
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yes, i understand you.. but that's the terminology provided to me.
'a client starts the message queue and waits for clients to connect to it. ' it's to manage a golf tournament.. you know the simple way; a client is supposed to be a player, the player says to the pseudo server that it wants to pay it passes it the pid and a message, the server acknowledges its request, stores the pid to indentify it later and allow him to play to a whole.. when the pseudoclient is done, he may pass to the following hole as long as a player it's not done in a hole it cannot move to the next hole and only a playet can be in a hole at the same time.
the thing is quite simple; I decide myself when the player is done with the hole, by entering it's score.
do you think messages queues are suitable for this.. all i need to do it's that they communicate properly..
thank you very much.. i hope you can advice me further
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mario
 
  


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