Network Interrupts is a comprehensive reference to network-related interrupt calls on IBM PCs and compatible machines. It includes calls from over three dozen major application interfaces and various resident utilities. In addition, this book is the only available source of information on potential conflicts between calls from different network APIs.This book includes complete coverage of the following interrupt services and topics: * MS-DOS network support * FTP and other TCP/IP software * NetBIOS * LANtastic network operating system * DESQview/X networking * Network serial I/O emulation * Novell's NetWare shell and utilities * Open Data-Link Interface * Microsoft's LAN Manager * IBM mainframe connectivity. A companion volume, PC Interrupts: A Programmer's Reference to BIOS, DOS, and Third Party Calls provides concise descriptions of all the system calls from many different sources--MS-DOS, the ROM BIOS, and various APIs (application program interfaces) such as Windows 3.x, DESQview, and Advanced Power Management. Together these books represent the most comprehensive reference to PC interrupt calls available. 0201626446B04062001
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0201626446B04062001About the Author:
Ralf Brown is a coauthor of PC Interrupts, Second Edition, Network Interrupts, and Undocumented DOS, Second Edition. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Carnegie Mellon University's Center for Machine Translation, where he maintains the master interrupts list.Ralf Brown, an independent software developer, holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University and is well-known in the on-line community for maintaining the "Interrupt List." He is coauthor of PC Interrupts and Network Interrupts (both from Addison-Wesley). Jim Kyle is cofounder and research director of Automation Resources, Inc., in Oklahoma City. He is a contributing editor and columnist for Windows Tech Journal, and coauthored PC Interrupts, Second Edition, Network Interrupts, and Undocumented DOS, Second Edition.He is a recognized expert on a wide range of programming topics. He writes a column in Windows Tech Journal and has written or contributed to several Addison-Wesley books, including PC Interrupts, Network Interrupts, and Undocumented DOS. 0201626446AB04062001
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