Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Grabbing variables and comparing Post 302225817 by kerpm on Sunday 17th of August 2008 06:03:24 AM
Old 08-17-2008
redoubtable,

Thanks. I need to run the script on the remote server and find the IP addresses of my home computers with dynamic IPs. I'm not sure if that is what the script is doing b/c it looks very complex and I don't really understand everything. In any event, ran the script and I got this error:

Bad arg length for Socket::inet_ntoa, length is 0, should be 4 at -e line 1, <> line 1.

Thanks again and thanks in advance if anyone else takes a crack at this.
 

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NAME
gretl - GNU Regression, Econometrics and Time-series Library SYNOPSIS
gretl [ options ] [ datafile | scriptfile | sessionfile ] DESCRIPTION
gretl is an econometrics package, built around a shared library which may be accessed using a command-line client program (gretlcli) or a graphical user interface (gretl_x11). The program gretl is a wrapper script that calls the GUI if the DISPLAY environment variable is set, otherwise the command-line client. For details, please start up either the GUI or the command-line client and consult the online help, or read the printed manual, which is available in PDF format via the gretl website, http://gretl.sourceforge.net. OPTIONS
These are the options supported by the gretl_x11 program; gretlcli is a little different. -r script, --run script Open a script. -c, --dump Dump the configuration file. -d database, --db database Open a local database. -e, --english Force use of English. -r script, --run script Open a script. -w database, --webdb database Open a remote database. -h, --help Give help information and exit. -v, --version Give version information and exit. FILES
~/.gretl2rc per-user configuration file ~/.gretl directory for user runtime files ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
HOME Specifies the user's home directory DISPLAY Specifies the X window display to use SEE ALSO
gretlcli(1) AUTHOR
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