dinko.tenev at gmail.com
Fri Oct 14 10:30:56 EDT 2005
It looks odd to me, because the service is not particularly meaningful to
the transport, and thus not a crucial piece of information. Unless I am
missing something, this could be a bug in the Network module.
You may want to try the lower-level stuff from Network.Socket instead.
On 10/14/05, Arias <arias at elleondeoro.com> wrote:
> I've a problem, I'm using this code on GHC compiler version 6.4.1:
> --- BEGIN ---
> module Main where
> import System.IO
> import Network
> main = withSocketsDo $ do
> handle <- connectTo "localhost" ( PortNumber 8080 )
> hSetBuffering handle LineBuffering
> hClose handle
> --- END ---
> The problems is that it throws an exception at connectTo, the exception
> getServiceEntry: does not exist (no such service entry)
> The server and the port is correct, I have apache listening on port 8080
> and if I put http://localhost:8080/ on browser it loads a web page.
> Do somebody knows what it happens and how to fix it? thanks.
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