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Try running the script in debug mode using -d for the switch and you get the following error:

[jconner@kwan ~/bin/pl]$ ./ -d Initializing Tk window... Unknown option: s -d Bad options! at ./ line 106. CLIENT: requesting chat Broken Pipe [jconner@kwan ~/bin/pl]$ ./ --debug Initializing Tk window... Unknown option: s -d Bad options! at ./ line 106. CLIENT: requesting chat Broken Pipe
The reason I am attempting to debug this is because I get logged in just fine but the client doesn't detect any users online. Therefore, I see no chatter going on. Quite frustrating. If I can debug it I am hoping I can learn what it's attempting to do that is failing. Shoot, might just be a firewall. I doubt it though since my regular browser can connect, see, and interact with pm just fine. Thanks! TIA

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In reply to Does anybody else have this problem? by snafu
in thread Perl/Tk Chatterbox Client by Shendal

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