There are two problems that I can thinkg of, here: Circle is being suspended while SunOS waits for you to make it the foreground process so it can show you the pending output. Fix this by #defining printf to do something besides printf (fprintf to /dev/null or something), or by redirecting output to a file. Your provider has set up their system so it won't let processes not running with UID of 1 use bind(). I tried to run UberMUD to test it, it wouldn't work, I mailed support, and it magically started working--though they never acknowledged my letter. _/\_ / L \ \_ C_/ \/ Everyone talks about apathy, but no one ____does anything about it.
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