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The following program, taken straight out of a
book does not provide the expected result which is to display the created socket.
The program works fine in Redhat 6.1. Has anyone else
seen this problem and does anyone know if this works
in Redhat 8.0.
If RH 8.0 works I will just upgrade.
If someone can point me to howto concerning the correct method to FTPing the ISO files that would be a big help.
I have successfully downloaded the files and burned the CDs
but when I try to boot it doesn't seem to work.
I'm not sure if the problem is with the download method or the boot procedure.
I added "listen(sck_inet,5)" to the program but it seems to have no effect.
If I modify the netstat parms I can see the other sockets.
I have Redhat 6.1 on my other PC and the identical prgram works as expected.
At the moment I am downloading Redhat 8.0 and hope that when I upgrade this problem will go away.
I am working through some socket programming tutorials and so this problem is holding me back.
Well I don't actually have any Redhat machines here to test it on. I tested it on Suse. But what kind of line is displayed when you run it in Redhat 6.2? Particularly what state it's in. It shouldn't be in the listen state yet. Is the executable named inetaton otherwise the grep part wouldn't really work.