Berkeley description: No equivalent.
WinSock description: Either your application hasn't
WSAStartup(), or WSAStartup() failed, or--possibly--you are accessing a socket which
the current active task does not own (i.e. you're trying to share a
socket between tasks). Note the British spelling (with an "S" instead of
User suggestions: Chances are the network subsystem is
misconfigured or inactive. See WSASYSNOTREADY for details.