[xray] Linux Local Connection problem
darren at dcook.org
Sun Jan 29 01:06:48 EST 2006
> The Rules are:
> 1. Only one interface can run at a time
> 2. Only one application can run with the connector at a time
> Doesn't matter which is started first.
But just to double-check, if I start just xray.swf I shouldn't see the
error LocalConnection should I?
> So, if you meet that criteria, then I'd wonder about issues with
> LocalConnection on Linux.
I made a simple LSO test. I've attached the files so perhaps you can see
how I'm doing something different to what xray does (see (*) for how
Using Flash 8 under wine it fails as the settings don't allow local
storage! But it ignores my changes to those settings :-(. Anyway, that
is nothing to do with xray.
Using the Flash 7 browser plug-in it works. I can even run two versions
of test1.swf in different tabs and in test2.swf I see it alternate
between the counter that each of them is outputting.
> If you're running Firefox, be sure to close the
> tabs if you have some open. I have seen instances were someone couldn't
> connect to their app because they actually loaded a site that was using Xray
> and that site was using the local connections ;)
Is it possible for xray.swf to detect if another instance is already
running (e.g. by using another LSO) so it can give a better error
message if this is indeed the problem.
But I've made sure it is the only thing running and still get the error.
mtasc -swf test1.swf -strict -main -version 7 -header 300:200:12 test1.as
mtasc -swf test2.swf -strict -main -version 7 -header 300:200:12 test2.as
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