The suspense is killing me. How did you get it to work?
I was trying to connect as a client to my collegue's daemon
written in C which created and was listening on
/tmp/mysocket all done on Solaris 7. Yesterday, I was sure
that I had read that Sun had hard-coded values, but today
all I can find in the docs is the Camel book mentioning that
ancient Perl scripts had values hard-coded (which, over time,
mutated into "It's not my fault after all").
in reply to Re: Re: IO::Socket
in thread Simple UDP example anyone?
Here's the code for the curious
$socketname = "/tmp/mysocket";
socket(SOCK, PF_UNIX, SOCK_STREAM, 0) or die "socket: $!";
connect(SOCK, sockaddr_un($socketname)) or die "connect: $!";
Thanks for the info,