Yeah try using socket.recv(1024) or what not.  I don't know what read
does--it might wait until it closes to it can read the entire thing
'once' --as stated typically read (with files) reads the
entire file into one large string--not sure if it does so here, or tries 
to, as well,
or not. Good luck.
-Roger
Belief is good. http://www.google.com/search?q=free+bible
Douglas Wells wrote:
> In article <18e16d93f4d0a9e65517e49c497bcfcd / ruby-forum.com>,
>   David -- <neko18 / gmail.com> writes:
>>   connection.write "one\n"
>> while not sock.eof?
>>   print sock.read
>> end
> 
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