Socket Error: Permission Denied

W. eWatson wolftracks at invalid.com
Tue Feb 9 04:38:48 CET 2010


On 2/8/2010 7:24 PM, W. eWatson wrote:
> I'm using IDLE with winxp. It seems every day I get into the Subject
> above. Usually, after 5-8 minutes I get past it. A msg appearing at the
> same time say, "IDLE's subprocess didn't make connect. ... possible
> firewall problem."
>
> A resource for this is <http://bugs.python.org/issue6941>. There a
> number of choices. Perhaps the most appealing is:
>
> adgprogramming: first, bring up your task manager and make sure there
> are no python processes running. 2.6.x subprocesses can get stuck.
> Then make sure that your firewall isn't blocking socket access to
> localhost. Then restart IDLE. IDLE 3.1.1 may work for you since it
> has the recent enhancement that allows multiple copies of IDLE to run
> simultaneously, but it still needs interprocess access via sockets.
>
> How would I know the which Python processes or subprocesses are running?
> I can kill the main one, but that seems to do no good.
> pythonw.exe.
>
> Comments?
I'm using McAffee. I see it was pythonw.exe blocked in red. There are 
several choices: Allow Access, Allow Outboubnd only
Block (current), Remove Prgrm permission, Learn More.

Outbound only seem reasonable, but why does the blocking keep returning 
every many hours, or maybe when I reboot, which I've done several times 
today?



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