06-04-2014 06:56 AM
Has anyone successfully modified IUFINGERD such that it compiles and works under OpenVMS IA64 v8.4 ??
IUFINGERD is available from, among other sites:
I am getting the following when trying to run the @make :
%IUFINGERD-I-TCPTYPE, making IUFINGERD for UCX TCP/IP
%IUFINGERD-I-MAKETYPE, making IUFINGERD with MMS
%CC-E-NOCONVERT, In this statement, "IPaddress" is of type "unsigned long", and cannot be converted to "struct in_addr".
at line number 210 in file TS_DEVICE:[LENNON.IUFINGERD]NET.C;3
%MMS-F-ABORT, For target NET.OBJ, CLI returned abort status: %X10B91262.
I suspect this is but the first of many that would need to be tweaked.
I was looking for a FINGER server where I could control the format of the output, such as providing the full size of the owner field of the UAF in the output.
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06-04-2014 08:28 AM
Compiling the sources and linking the objects isn't a big problem. Whether the result works, I don't know.
$ edito/edt MAKE.COM;1 1 $! set noverify *s/PREFIX=ANSI/PREFIX=ALL/w 21 $ cc_options == "/STANDARD=VAXC/PREFIX=ALL" 1 substitution *exit LDA1:[USERS.DEMO.IUFINGERD]MAKE.COM;3 214 lines $
Ioctl is available and you no longer need the compatibility stuff:
$ copy nla0: ucx_compatibility.h $ cre UCX_IOCTL.C static int nothing; [ Exit ] $
And you want to link with the ucx (compatible?) shareable image:
$ cre UCX.opt sys$library:UCX$IPC_SHR/share [ Exit ] $
Now @make should generate an executable image.
You may want to get rid of the /STANDARD=VAXC and fix any error/look at any warning as a result of that as well as you want to remove any UCX dependency and link with TCPIP$IPC_SHR.
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06-04-2014 10:53 AM
Awesome, thanks, I am able to compile and link based on your instructions. It even seems to run correctly, as well.
I really appreciate the quick response.