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Re: Getting started with conserver

Brian Atkins batkins@tlcdelivers.com
Mon, 24 Oct 2005 09:05:01 -0700 (PDT)

That got it.

Thanks, Bryan.

Bryan Stansell wrote:
while having a 'console' entry in /etc/hosts might be necessary for the
client to connect (and you have a backslash there...that might not be
desired), the error was regarding getservbyname(), which means it's a
missing entry in /etc/services.  FAQ question #5 talks about that
(briefly) as well as the INSTALL file (again, briefly - the --with-port
configuration step).  basically, what you need is:

console 782/tcp conserver # console server

listed in /etc/services.  then, you should be good to go (with the
caveat regarding /etc/hosts above).


On Mon, Oct 24, 2005 at 11:18:38AM -0400, Brian Atkins wrote:

# more /etc/hosts
# Do not remove the following line, or various programs
# that require network functionality will fail.               localhost.localdomain localhost conserver\ console

I still get:

# conserver -vd
[Mon Oct 24 11:14:33 2005] conserver (11085): conserver.com version 8.1.12
[Mon Oct 24 11:14:33 2005] conserver (11085): started as `root' by `root'
[Mon Oct 24 11:14:33 2005] conserver (11085): INFO: interface address (lo)
[Mon Oct 24 11:14:33 2005] conserver (11085): INFO: interface address (eth0)
[Mon Oct 24 11:14:33 2005] conserver (11085): ERROR: getservbyname(conserver) failed

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