[rescue] OT: Q about HP-UX (stupid problem...)
rescue at sunhelp.org
Fri Oct 19 09:11:13 CDT 2001
I am trying to get this HP 712/60 up and running, but
I am having a few problems:
The box comes up fine, the box is on my network, the
box is in my DMZ (every port from internet goes to my
When I boot the machine up, itruns fine - I can telnet
into it, do as I please, no problem.
If I sit at the console, and try and open up a CDE
session, *everything* is normal, except I get a pop-up
box telling me to checkout the file
When I do, it complains about ttsession not bing
installed, not being installed properly.
While the error message (above) is displayed, I have
what appears to be a complete CDE session behind it.
If I wait, I get another message (_DTMessage Failure)
telling me the Messaging System (in) Inoperative.
Now, I am on a dyndns.org "dynamic IP" address, but I
have wildcards enabled, so *.n2vip.dyndns.org will
resolve to my Linksys router, which will point all
incoming network activity to my DMZ host, the HP
I have watched (and heard - "snoop -a"!) the HP box do
a short port scan (about 40 or 50 ports in succession)
while displaying the "credits" screen (dthello?)
before drawing a perfect CDE session, and posting the
While the error message is displayed, ttsession is
running, with the following commandline options:
ttsession -s -d :0.0
but after I let the X session exit (click OK), the
ttsession task is gone.
"What in the Wide World of Sports" is going on here?
It was working fine, before I upped the added a
VSIMM/graphics option card from another 712/60?
For those keeping score at home, this 712/60 was
giving me *massive* video problems - turns out the
IOGEAR KVM I was using was causing problems where the
screen would just blank out for a short (1/2 second to
1 second) period... When I dropped an iiyama 17"
monitor on the VGA port, all is fine...
I'll hold on to my second question, becuase I need an
answer to this question before it is an issue...
Thanks in advance,
n2vip at yahoo.com
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