NetNameResolver on Linux always returns #(0 0 0 0)
jclonts at mastnet.net
Tue Feb 8 06:21:14 UTC 2000
Lex Spoon wrote:
> John Clonts <jclonts at mastnet.net> wrote:
> > On Squeak 2.7. I don't have any other name-resolving problems on this
> > machine....
> > Any Ideas?
> That's a sufficient address for telnetting to yourself. Granted, the
> #localHostAddress primitive is ill specified, but perhaps it should be
> defined to give an Internet-wide address whenever possible.
> Man, networking is really Squeak's weak point when it comes to
I'm sorry, I don't follow you. I'm not expecting an address suitable
for connecting to myself/localhost, I'm wanting to connect to the
Squeak Update Server, which NetNameResolver is telling me is at #(0 0 0
0), along with every other machine on the internet :)
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