On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 12:26:35AM +0200, Sébastien CRAMATTE wrote:
> I try to run mt-daapd daemon + mDNSResponder into a vserver.
> mt-daapd runs perfectly but mDNSreponder can't bind the IP
> itunes:/usr/local/bin# mDNSResponder -d -a 192.168.1.11
> [assert] error: 99 (Cannot assign requested address)
> [assert] where: "Posix/posix_interface.c",
> "sw_posix_network_interface_init_from_ifreq", line: 435
> [assert] error: m
> [assert] where: "mDNSPlatform.c", "mDNSPlatformStopRun", line: 501
> [howl] timeout waiting for mdns_servant thread to exit (6204)
> [howl] error initializing mdnsd (6204)
> I've put this capabilities to my bcapabilities file
well, with those capabilities set, your mDNSResponder
is able to reconfigure your host interfaces, send
and receive raw packets (spoof arbitrary addresses)
and set his own limits, nevertheless they do not fix
bugs in broken software and it seems to me that this
is the case here ...
that one is actually unused ...
please try to use aliases (i.e. put a 'name' entry
into your /etc/vservers/interfaces/0 dir, with e.g.
'test' in it), maybe that makes mDNSResponder happy
> Thanks for your help
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Received on Wed Apr 26 10:32:07 2006