newby questions

Pat29 <>
Mon Nov 29 20:53:19 CET 2004


Hello,

Hi Matthias,
It's right.
D:\Pat29\erlang\Erlang Book\ch8\ex1>erl
Eshell V5.4.2.1  (abort with ^G)
1> gen_tcp:listen(0,[]).
{error,enotsock}
2> q().
ok
3>
D:\Pat29\erlang\Erlang Book\ch8\ex1>

Hi Damien,
Sorry, it's the same thing with werl.

Hi Mickaël,
I tried to modify the SP2 firewall setting but without success.
Even using a raw method (without the firewall), i had the same problem.
I downloaded the repos1.0 to try and i will give you some informations 
later.

In a first shell, i launch epmd

D:\erl5.4.2.1\erts-5.4.2.1\bin>epmd -d -d
epmd: Mon Nov 29 19:28:47 2004: epmd running - daemon = 0
epmd: Mon Nov 29 19:28:47 2004: try to initiate listening port 4369
epmd: Mon Nov 29 19:28:47 2004: starting
epmd: Mon Nov 29 19:28:47 2004: entering the main select() loop

and in a second shell, the following command seen working sometimes
but always without a new node.

D:\erl5.4.2.1\erts-5.4.2.1\bin>erl -sname ping
Eshell V5.4.2.1  (abort with ^G)
1>nodes(known).
[]
2> q().
ok
3>
D:\erl5.4.2.1\erts-5.4.2.1\bin>

Problem with the API sockets ?

Many thanks for all peoples.
Pat. 






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