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[REBOL] Re: Problems with View/Pro and Command

From: cribbsj:oakwood at: 12-Sep-2001 15:16

On Wednesday 12 September 2001 01:02 pm, you wrote:
> > Problem #2: > > > > This problem actually stems from the first. Since I think the first > > problem has to do with that I am using View/Pro, I convinced my boss to > > cough up $350 to purchase Command. That way, I could have shell access > > to run PGP without having to worry about the interpreter trying to > > connect to a display server when I run it from cron. Great idea, right? > > Well, the script that I wrote works great on View/Pro, but it bombs out > > under Command. I get an error saying that there is some kind of TCP > > socket listen error when I try to FTP. I am running this on a Redhat 6.1 > > box and I am wondering if there is some kind of problem with Command > > running on this version of OS. > > No. Sounds like your user.r is wrong. You are probably using different > settings (for proxy or ftp-passive) for Command than you are using for > View/Pro. If you installed Command and View in different places then > your user.r might just be in the wrong directory. >
Okay, Holger, here is what I tried. I reinstalled Command, set everything up, and tried to ftp thru the firewall to the site I am trying to get to. Got the same error about a socket listen error on the proxy. Next, I installed View/Command and set up the user and prefs files using all the correct stuff. Tried to ftp, same error. Finally, I installed regular View (the free one). I used the same user.r and prefs.r that I used above and tried to ftp to the site...and it worked!!! So, to me, this indicates some kind of difference between Command (or View/Command) and regular View. Any ideas? Jamey.