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Re: Q: Connecting to remote system.
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Q: Connecting to remote system.
- From: Jerry Caesar <email@example.com>
Sounds like it can't stat the keyring directory !! Make sure that the <inferno-root>/usr/"login-name"/keyring directory exists If you were are using NT or unix I say check your permissions on keyring and lower directories. I hope that makes everything work. - Jerry Justin W. Hitt wrote: > > I have found a Sparc10 running Solaris 2.5.1, and a Win95. I am trying = > to connect these two systems using inferno, to do a little testing. I = > get the Solaris box up with ``emu'', and the following: > > bind '#I' /net > lib/cs > lib/srv > > My Win95 box can not connect to the Solaris box. I get the following on = > the Solaris box. > > New client (STYX): /net/tcp/5 126.96.36.199!1313 > bad message type in exportproc > > I can do a ``getauthinfo'' from the Win95 box (using the Solaris box as = > the Signer) and it works correctly. I can also make another emu window = > on the Win95 box, and clone the Solaris environment. This gives me a = > good connection with the remote directory tool. > > There are some network differences between the two emu sessions. The = > emu sessions on the Win95 box are using loopback, and between the Win95 = > box -> Solaris I use a dial-up line over the internet. > > If anyone knows what is going on, please let me know. > > Justin (firstname.lastname@example.org) > > -- > Open Systems Networking, Inc. (http://www.osn.net) =20 > voice: 301-475-8721 fax: 301-475-0324 *-------* Jerry A. Caesar (email@example.com) MOTOROLA Software Application Research http://www.mot.com