Erlang echo server with eLite?

Piotr Daruk <>
Fri Jul 26 11:12:41 CEST 2002


I have attached my new code.

Yes! I also thought, that there is no set_cookie function. Yet, look at
erlang.erl that is linked during compilation to echo prog. and client prog.
there is a definition of this function. Please note that echo server and
client works correctly when I'm running it on Erlang enviroment.

On one Linux console I start:
erl -sname echo_node
then I start echo
() 1>echo:main([]).
{server_awaits}
true
() 2>

On another linux console I start:
erl -sname client_node
then I run client and I got:
() 1>client:main(["6","6"]).
6
[linux]$

So it works?! But after compilation when I am trying to run ./echo and
./client on the shell I got the error {undef, [{auth,set_cookie,2}]}. I was
thinking and I got know that maybe erl runs some processes (like inet_kernel
or something) and if I want to run my programmes on a shell, maybe I should
start such process by my self on each program?

What do you think?

Cheers,
Piotr

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