Socket 1.1 fails on 64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on AMD64 - BSD

This is a discussion on Socket 1.1 fails on 64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on AMD64 - BSD ; The command 'socket -v mail.mindspring.com pop3' works on 32-bit OpenBSD but fails when run on 64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on my AMD64 box. The error message is "socket: client socket: invalid client". Dave Feustel -- Using OpenBSD with or without X ...

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  1. Socket 1.1 fails on 64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on AMD64

    The command 'socket -v mail.mindspring.com pop3'
    works on 32-bit OpenBSD but fails when run on
    64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on my AMD64 box. The error
    message is "socket: client socket: invalid client".

    Dave Feustel
    --
    Using OpenBSD with or without X & KDE?
    http://dfeustel.home.mindspring.com

  2. Re: Socket 1.1 fails on 64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on AMD64

    dfeustel@mindspring.com wrote:
    > The command 'socket -v mail.mindspring.com pop3'
    > works on 32-bit OpenBSD but fails when run on
    > 64-bit OpenBSD 3.9 on my AMD64 box. The error
    > message is "socket: client socket: invalid client".
    >
    > Dave Feustel


    I downloaded socket 1.4 from http://www.jnickelsen.de/socket/socket-1.4.tar.gz
    and built it on the amd64 system. It works with the command given above.

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