No idea.
please email the code.
On Saturday 06 October 2001 23:22, you wrote:
> In article <01100622554113.00793 / linux>,
>
> Armin Roehrl  <armin / approximity.com> wrote:
> >hi,
> >	it works on my machine(s).
> >What port are you using?
>
> I've tried several - 7777, 9876, even killed apache and ran on port 80 (as
> root).
>
> >If you want me to try it, email me the code.
> >
> >Try this: -- i.e. on port 9000 (try sth. > 1024)
> >1st try it on the same machine (localhost)
> >then replace localhost by whatever the name(s) are.
> >server:
>
> Yes, I'm essentially running the same code you include here (very
> similar).  What I find is that I can run client and server on the same
> machine (localhost) but I cannot run client and server on different
> machines.
>
> I even killed apache and then used port 80 (as root)
> because I know that I can get to the machine running apache from the
> other machines.  No luck,though.  When I use the Ruby server on port 80 I
> still get 'Connection Refused'.  I even tried the simple web server on
> page 478 of the Pickaxe book and I cannot get to it from a remote machine,
> but I can get to it on the same machine the server runs on.  It's quite
> mysterious, I don't understand what apache is doing differntly from my
> server (why can I get to port 80 from a remote machine when apache runs,
> but not when my druby server runs?).  I'm stumped.
>
> Phil
>
> >require 'drb'
> >class TestServer
> >  def doit
> >    "Hello, Distributed Ruby World"
> >  end
> >end
> >aServerObject = TestServer.new
> >DRb.start_service('druby://localhost:9000',
> >  aServerObject)
> >DRb.thread.join
> >
> >client:
> >require 'drb'
> >DRb.start_service()
> >obj = DRbObject.new(nil,
> >  'druby://localhost:9000')
> >p obj.doit
> >
> >
> >Ciao,
> >	A
> >
> >On Saturday 06 October 2001 21:42, you wrote:
> >> Has anyone gotten dRuby working on a Linux network?
> >> What I'm finding is that I always get a "Connection Refused" exception.
> >> I'm thinking that this is due to ports being blocked.  I've tried
> >> turning off all firewalling, but it didn't help.  Has anyone had this
> >> problem on a Linux network?  Previously, I had dRuby working on a
> >> Windows network at work - I suspect this is because the various Windows
> >> varients have fairly lax security.
> >>
> >> I've got three PCs:
> >> 1) Runs Mandrake 8.1
> >> 2) Runs Progeny Linux 1.0
> >> 3) Runs Mandrake 7.1
> >>
> >> Any ideas?
> >>
> >> Phil
> >
> >--
> >Armin.
> >
> >-----------------------------------------------
> >Armin Roehrl, http://www.approximity.com
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> >
> >"The best way to predict the future is to invent it."
> >                                          --Alan Kay

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