2004-09-17 19:28:04 Starting daemon...
Plugins: No such file or directory
r3rendd 4.5/SP1 started. Host 'Eeyore'. Port '10050'.
** Starting server for job 152075 at port 10050
Connected to client 'Dell' at port 10050
and this error message in the client (running in Windows):
Server closed connectionand this error message:
The Plugin directory is the easy part, I added the parameter "-plugin" to assign the plugin folder with a non-capital P, but then I get this log:
2004-09-17 19:35:21 Starting daemon...
and this error message:
Cannot connect to server 'eeyore'
At risk of getting technical, I sniffed the IP traffic from and to my RS3D client. To my Linux machine (eeyore) I see my client sending a TCP SYN to eeyore and getting a TCP RST ACK back, this is repeated three times. Then the client moves on to establish a connection to my other Windows machine instead. Here the client first sends TCP SYN and receives a TCP SYN ACK as opposed to the TCP RST ACK as it got from the Linux version. As a response to the TCP SYN ACK, the client sends a TCP ACK to the server. This is the correct behaviour of any TCP connection. First SYN, then SYN ACK and last ACK. After this the two Windows machines chat like crazy to transfer model and rendering results, but not a single packet to or from the Linux machine. I have no idea about why the Linux version doesn't open the TCP socket properly... Any thoughts? Frank? Anyone?