Socket PDU: Host not found (authoritative)


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Hi Alex,

This looks like a DNS error. I don’t know what OS you are on, or why
the udp_source tries to lookup the name instead of just taking it as
an IP address. My guess is a typo, something like a comma in place of
a dot between the numerals…

In the rarest configurations something could have gone wrong with your
loopback device, so that there is no 127.0.0.1; you should be able to
check that using “ping 127.0.0.1”.

Greetings,
Marcus

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Hi Alex,

good work :slight_smile: I guess you’ve already fixed your own repo, but I’ll open
a pull request anyway.

If you want to try “my” patched version (its really not mine, I just
ported the patch to socket_pdu),

git pull https://github.com/marcusmueller/gnuradio.git
socket_pdu_fix_resolver_issue

Greetings,
Marcus

On 12.04.2014 19:00, Alex W. wrote:

At least that’s the idea. But I can’t start the socket_PDU. I could
This looks like a DNS error. I don’t know what OS you are on, or
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