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Re: Is it possible to forward unix sockets?
ok so I have the following :
A process which created a unix domain socket (/tmp/blah) on my local machine that I want to send to a remote machine 220.127.116.11:9999
and end up as /tmp/blah on which side has another process that wants to read from the socket.
On the sending side I have :
spiped -e -F -s /tmp/blah -t 18.104.22.168:9999
yet it complains that the address is already in use...I thought that the intent of the source directive is to read from given source but perhaps it is trying to bind to that socket?
I'm not that familiar with sockets so please excuse any paradigms that I have gotten wrong.