email@example.com (Michael Hicks) writes:
> Olin Shivers (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> : I've got the following six lines of code running on lambda.ai.mit.edu:
> : (bind-listen-accept-loop protocol-family/internet
> Anyway, I tried to run the above code here and it failed with the same
> server error I mentioned before. Additionally, I installed scsh on
> another machine with a different OS and architecture and got the
> same error.
I also tried the above code on our SparcStation 20 (bi-processor)
running Solaris 2.4, and got exactly the same error as Michael. I'm
ashamed to say that I never tried scsh's networking code before.
> A note about the systems I've tried this on:
> 1) SPARCserver 1000 with two CPU's running
> SunOS Release 5.4 Version Generic_101945-29 [UNIX(R) System V Release 4.0]
> which is interesting, because the configure script thought I was running
> solaris ...
SunOS 5.4 is indeed Solaris 2.4, as strange as it may seem. In fact,
SunOS 5.x is simply Solaris 2.x... So the configure script was right.
To convince yourself, you might try a "uname -a" on your Solaris
system, and you will get something like:
SunOS disun19 5.4 Generic_101945-32 sun4m sparc
(which is what I get here).