Hi, When I use perl packer to produce a binary version of any perl script, it does not launch from inetd.
The binary may be launched from the command line just fine. The perl script itself may be launched from inetd just fine. Can anyone advise me on how to get this working? Any help would be appreciated.
My test perl script
open STDERR, ">>/portal/test.log";
printf STDERR "%s %s Hello World!\n", scalar localtime;
My inetd.conf entry
443 stream tcp nowait portal /portal/bin/testportal.pl
Perl packer usage
# pp --version
PAR Packager, version 1.008 (PAR version 1.002)
#pp -o testportal testportal.pl
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