seeking advice on network troubleshooting strategy
pfrostie at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 25 09:15:34 CDT 2002
just a guess, but what ports does it use for this under windows?
are these ports open on your linux box?
--- Frank Joerdens <frank at joerdens.de> wrote:
> Greetings. The application I am trying to get to work under wine
> (Cinema4D network rendering client) works nearly OK. Just one crucial
> bit it fails, very unspectacularly and silently, to do.
> What it's supposed to do: receiving 3d scenes from a server, rendering
> those, and sending them back - this all works just as under windows,
> except for the sending back of files. About the only indication for this
> I get on the Server, which says that this particular client just failed
> to send images. The client app has no controls; all it's supposed to do
> is sit there and do what it's supposed to do.
> I'm lost as to how to go about narrowing down the problem. Networking
> functionality as such is there: it does receive files and gets to work
> on them (the client shows this). I don't get any error messages. I tried
> dll, winsock and relay traces without being able to make out anything
> that would appear somehow related to the problem.
> I am using the snapshot from September 4, a fresh RedHat 7.3
> [root at missy wine-20020904]# ldd --version
> ldd (GNU libc) 2.2.5
> on an Athlon 1300, and I configured wine with
> ./configure --enable-opengl --disable-debug
> (I did the debug traces on another box which displayed exactly the same
> Does anyone have any ideas as to how to go about troubleshooting this?
> Any current winsock patches floating about that I could play with?
> Regards, Frank
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