Might be even easier to reproduce ... just try the port function:

# picoLisp-2.2.7.tgz ... 
~/lisp/picoLisp
$ ./p 
: (port 1234)
-> 3

That's ok, but the most recent version,

# picoLisp-3.0.9.tgz 
# ./pil
: (port 1234)
!? (port 1234)
IP socket error: Address family not supported by protocol
? 






--- On Wed, 2/22/12, Doug Snead <semaphore_2...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> From: Doug Snead <semaphore_2...@yahoo.com>
> Subject: server - IP socket error: Address family not supported by protocol
> To: picolisp@software-lab.de
> Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 10:07 PM
> Hi Alex,
> 
> I'm tying to get the example in doc/app.html
> (picoLisp-3.0.9.tgz on a pretty standard linux box) to
> serve.  Here's my .l file:
> 
> # cat test_html_app.l 
> ########################################################################
> (html 0 "Hello" "@lib.css" NIL
>    "Hello World!" )
> ########################################################################
> 
> (renamed from project.l but otherwise identical)
> 
> But when I try to start the server, like this:
> 
> # ./pil @lib/http.l @lib/xhtml.l @lib/form.l -'server 8080
> "test_html_app.l"' + 
> 
> Picolisp tells me:
> 
> !? (port *Port)
> IP socket error: Address family not supported by protocol
> ?
> 
> Same for a different port number:
> 
> # ./pil @lib/http.l @lib/xhtml.l @lib/form.l -'server 54321
> "test_html_app.l"' + 
> !? (port *Port)
> IP socket error: Address family not supported by protocol
> ?
> 
> This is the linux platform I am using (Linux 2.6.30.5 #1 SMP
> Tue Sep 1 15:48:26 GMT-8 2009 i686 GNU/Linux).
> 
> I could easily be doing something wrong ... but I think the
> above should work.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Doug
>  
> 
>
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