[Mono-list] SPAM-LOW: Console app start at start up?
lee at datatrakpos.com
Fri Jun 23 12:13:17 EDT 2006
Something else came to mind. Do I need to give the executable file (on
linux) any other permission than execute (chmod +x my.exe) ???
I have re-written my prototype to use ansynchronous sockets instead of
TcpListener and still cannot get the socket server to run on linux (CentOS
4). I have the firewall turned off for that computer as well.
I even tried running as a Console app and the socket server still will not
It can't be this difficult, LOL.
Thanks again for any help or advice.
> I have had a bit of difficulty in implementing a socket
> server as a service application with mono and have been asked
> to enter a report in bugzilla which I have done. Must I use
> a service application to have a program run at startup?
> Can a console app be made to start up automatically? Does
> that even make sense to do?
> I looked into using xinet.d but it seems that the line buffer
> is limited to
> 255 bytes and I will be sending xml packets back and forth
> that will exceed that easily.
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