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    Question DayTime Service (Use Java in Windows and Linux)

    how to implement the DayTime service on the Linux TCP/IP server and implement a Windows TCP/IP client for it. Your client on Windows should access and print the date and time on the Linux. Note this is a single server-single client setup and then extend the solution for the TCP/IP DayTime service to allow for single-server and multiple clients. You may use Java and note the clients and the server may be either Windows and Windows, or Windows and Linux respectively. You will have to assign your own port number to the service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harris View Post
    how to implement the DayTime service on the Linux TCP/IP server and implement a Windows TCP/IP client for it. Your client on Windows should access and print the date and time on the Linux. Note this is a single server-single client setup and then extend the solution for the TCP/IP DayTime service to allow for single-server and multiple clients. You may use Java and note the clients and the server may be either Windows and Windows, or Windows and Linux respectively. You will have to assign your own port number to the service.
    It sounds like you just copied and pasted a homework problem..... Have you tried doing it yourself?

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