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How do I send and receive messages using read() and write() using a shared file? (C)

There's two things here. First, you're opening write only in the receiver, which may cause your OS to not read from the file.

Also, there's no guarantee that the contents have actually been written to the file before you trigger the semaphore. You should also open your file with the O_SYNC option in order to ensure that any writes have actually been written to the hardware before the write call completes, e.g.

int fd = open("channel.txt", O_WRONLY |

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