"Richard Lynch" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> >#!/usr/local/bin/php -q
> >// don't timeout!
> >// set some variables
> >$host = "188.8.131.52...";
> >$port = 1234;
> >$command = "/usr/games/fortune";
> # I must be missing something, cuz I don't see where this $command is
$command is used further down in the script I din't post the whole thing
coz it dies when it reaches the statement:
$result = listen($socket, 3) or die("Set up Failed!");
i.e. output: Setup Failed!
> >// 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
> 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?...
I tested the Script on PHP 4.1.2 it does not have a definition for the
functions socket_listen or socket_create hence you can only use
socket() and listen()
Thanks for the response...
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