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Caling IPC from Lispm

>From what I can tell, Sun IPC is not a networking protocol.  It stands
for InterProcess Communication, and refers to a class of mechanisms in
the OS that include semaphores, message queues and shared memory.  These
facilities are not network based; they operate across processes in the
same system.

Perhaps you mean RPC, which stands for Remote Procedure Call?  This is
the underlying mechanism upon which NFS and Yellow Pages are built, and
routines for using and defining RPC-based protocols are included with
Lispm NFS.