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Comments on: Crushing a Few Linux TCP Port Bugs

Carl Sassenrath, CTO
REBOL Technologies
3-Jan-2005 4:54 GMT

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There have been a few annoying TCP bugs in the Linux REBOL distribution for a while:

  1. Interference between TCP ports and the system port. [RAMBO #3159]
  2. Interference between TCP ports and shell CALLs. [RAMBO #3130]
  3. Not closing open TCP ports on interrupt exits (technically should not be required).

These have been fixed in the 2.5.58 alpha release, which will be posted to this website soon. (Was going to happen today, but we decided to fix a few other problems as well.)

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