I've not done too much Ruby socket programming, but it seems to be that
it doesn't like 0 as a service number, because it is interpreting it as
the real service 0, instead of the empty service... if you use nil
instead it works fine... you might be able to patch dRb to use that as a
irb(main):001:0> require 'socket'
Kurt Schrader wrote:--
> No solution yet, but it looks like something has changed in some
> underlying networking library, as base socket handing methods seem to be
> [kschrader@einstein:~]$ irb
> Eric Ly wrote:
>> Kurt Schrader wrote:
>>> Looking into it now, but be warned:
>>> /opt/local/lib/ruby/1.8/drb/drb.rb:865:in `initialize': getaddrinfo:
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