The Perl script lanuches and runs perfectly from inetd.
However, the PAR packager binary version doesn't run.
See below when I poked inetd, it launched the binary program (testportal).
The response suggests that I am not calling the program correctly.
Any ideas why would perl packer change the usage of my script and how come I can call it from the command line?
Is this something to do with pp not supporting daemon mode as advised by Old Gray Bear or something else?
Any more wisdom would be appreciated.
# nc 192.168.1.110 8080
Usage: testportal [ -Alib.par ] [ -Idir ] [ -Mmodule ] [ src.par ] [ p
testportal [ -B|-b ] [-Ooutfile] src.par
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