Paul Green will give an overview of the steps that you can follow to port open-source code to the Stratus OpenVOS operating system.
Did you miss the webinar? Well, we have the video right here for you!
I build products for a living. Often when I visit a Stratus customer, I’m asked a question of the form “Do you support left-handed widgets?”
This talk will explain under what conditions it is safe to stop running the telnetd server and describe several approaches to prevent unwanted access to the module, via telnet, when it is not safe to just stop the telnetd server.
Don’t worry, despite the title I haven’t reverted to math nerd mode. The topic is not number theory but socket programming and a coding mistake that I have seen way too often.
In this post I wish to discuss a common coding error that can result in a module running out of or at least seriously depleting the available number of stcp device clones for use in creating TCP sockets.
I came across an article on networkworld.com, by Peter Wayner, titled “7 Timeless Lessons of Programming ‘graybeards’”.
I thought you might be interested to know that Stratus has updated our VOS Apache release to a newer code base. While we had the port open we added support for PHP. That new product is called Apache Web Server with PHP Release 3.0 for OpenVOS.