>#!/usr/local/bin/php -q
>// don't timeout!
>// set some variables
>$host = "";
>$port = 1234;
>$command = "/usr/games/fortune";

# I must be missing something, cuz I don't see where this $command is

>// create socket
>$socket = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0) or die("Could not create
>// bind socket to port
>$result = bind($socket, $host, $port) or die("Could not bind to
>/*  start listening for connections
>*   My Script Fails here...
> *  Any suggestions why it fails the Socket SetUp...
> *  Should I screw around with the port numbers?
> */
>$result = listen($socket, 3) or die("Set up Failed!");
>echo "Waiting for connections...\n";

You do realize that it's *SUPPOSED* to just sit there waiting for somebody
to connect at this point, right?...

It it saying "Set up Failed!"?

I mean, it may *LOOK* like it "hangs" but it's really just "waiting..."

You'll need to open another shell window and poke at the port it's listening
to to get any action.

Oh, and you probably need to use socket_listen, and not just "listen", I
think... Or are these the old function names?...

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