The Resident Drunk wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-08-19 at 11:08, Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:
> > Well, with rbot 0.9.4 there was an error about SIGHUP not being a 
> > recognized command (commenting the trap line solved it), but it 
> > wouldn't connect.
> 
> Well SIGHUP isn't a commmand par se... it's a unix termination signal
> that u can send to the program to tell it to terminate.

Yes, sorry.

> > Then it looked for /etc/hosts (this is probably a problem with the 
> > HTTP packages?)
> again this is unix specific... in windows it's  in c:\windows\lmhosts
> iirc. /etc/hosts hold the ip <-> name solution lijnes for machines that
> are on your local network usually as I have indicated below.
> 
> 192.168.0.1     firewall.summerfield-technology.co.uk fw
> 192.168.0.2	dev.summerfield-technology.co.uk dev
> etc
> etc

Can I just copy the windows one to where linux expects it?

> > And even when creating this file it failed by saying that the 
> > required address was not valid for its context.
> 
> What i'm going to do is if i get time tonight i'm going to d/l ruby for
> windows and rbot (again :) ) and i'll have a go... I'll keep you all
> posted as to how i get on.

Thank you very much.

-- 
Giuseppe "Oblomov" Bilotta

Axiom I of the Giuseppe Bilotta
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Anything is better than MS