Re: Running Error

From: Paolo Greco (
Date: 10/05/00

> > I have compile the source...circle30bpl17...
> > My question is...If want (JUST) to test the mud, running the mud
> > from my computer, Do i have TO own a NIC (network Card/LAN Card) ???
> > Cos everytime i try to run the mud i keep getting error :
> > " WinSock Error......1007" the one that in the FAQ said i have to configure
> > my TCP/IP to get running.
> > well can anyone help me?
>         In a word, yes.
>         In truth, no.
>         However, I don't know of anyone who has done that - you'll have to
> look around.  As far as I've seen, windows only attaches a protocol
> (tcp-ip) to a device, and only uses that device to communicate.  I haven't
> ever seen virtual devices in windows.
>                                                 PjD

I've already done it.
Install a modem on your win platform, then telnet on
It works also if u haven't got a modem, just choose a standard modem when the
auto-detect will fail to find one.
I've altready tricked win NT, win 95, win 98, ecc ecc =)

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