Hi pcg Marc,
Thanks a lot for your reply. Tried what you suggested but still could not
get it to work. Got some error message like "Cannot locate Gimp.pm at @INC
The following are the exact steps i did:
1.setenv GIMP_HOST [EMAIL PROTECTED] on server box A(where the gimp, perl,gtk
etc are installed);
2.start gimp perl server on server box A;
3.setenv GIMP_HOST [EMAIL PROTECTED] on client box B;
4.start the script on client box B;
I am sure that the script works fine locally on server box A and there is no
firewall issue between box A and B. Any insights will be very appreicated.
>From: <pcg( Marc)@goof(A.).(Lehmann )com>
>To: forest monk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>CC: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Subject: Re: [Gimp-developer] how to make Gimp::Perl script work remotely?
>Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 00:47:05 +0200
>On Thu, Sep 26, 2002 at 02:56:06PM +0000, forest monk
><[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > through networking. Say, If i start a gimp perl server on a server
> > what should i do to be able to execute the script on a remote machine?I
> > searched online resources and found that on server side, i need to
> > GIMP_HOST to [auth@][tcp/]hostname[:port] for tcp support, but what
> > i do on client side? do i need to install some client tools on the box
> > should i modify my script to include gimp::net module?
>Just the same, i.e. use sth. like this:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>and start the server, and then do the same on the client and start the
>perl script. You shouldn't need to modify your script, although modifying
>it can make some things easier (program structure can be much freeer, as
>you can decide when to conenct and disconnect).
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