matt.edlefsen at gmail.com
Sun Dec 31 20:36:53 CST 2006
Hi, I've been trying to get a program that uses rpc to work on wine and I've
been having some problems (my understanding is that isn't surprising). The
goal is to be able to run a rpc server that sits and waits for connections
over tcp/ip (It's for doing distributed computing). My first problem was
that I was using RpcServerUseProtseq which after looking at the code noticed
will always fail with tcp/ip since it passes RpcServerUseProtseqEp NULL for
the endpoint which eventually causes
rpcrt4_protseq_ncacn_ip_tcp_open_endpoint to call getaddrinfo with NULL for
both the ip and port which I guess isn't allowed.
Anyways I altered my code to use a given endpoint instead and now it tells
fixme:rpc:RpcMgmtWaitServerListen not waiting for server calls to finish
Does this mean the function just doesn't work? Is there any way around it?
I assume if it was easy to implement it would have already but just in case
what exactly needs to be done to get it working? I was also confused by the
differences between the online git tree and the LXR/what actually gets
downloaded to my computer.
To be honest I'm pretty new to wine and linux in general but it would be
absolutely wonderful to get this working.
Thanks in advance - Matt Edlefsen
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