I don't know exactly where.. but you might want to start with something
like www.bsd.org. Now.. the implementations like FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD,
etc, are based on 4.4 BSD Lite (which was like an x86 version of 4.4 BSD,
etc). There might be links in that area to it.. other than that, I'd snoop
around Berkeley's site, since that is who made BSD ;)
On Tue, 5 Jun 2001 sndtrn27@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> hi all,
> I am looking for 4.x BSD Source Code
> At present i want to implement redundancy
> at socket level in the TCP Stack.. Can you please
> help me with some docs, information in this regards
> any additional help in these feild will be appriciated.
> i want to know
> 1. The Data structures that are kept by the system for maintaining the
> 2. Kernel related data structures that are part of the TCP / IP stack.
> 3. Any Documents, Links that can help us in getting with the procedure .as to
> how it can be implemeted efficiently.
> 4. Pros & cons in implementing such redundancy.
> 5. kernel related other information as to which modules are interdependent to
> this (If any).
> 6. If any work is going in this regards, then what is the present status. &
> more detail whom shall then we refer to.