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Old 12-22-2003, 06:53 AM   #1
paoloc
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lisa daemon in suse 9.0


When i try to browse the lan i see the following messagge:
"The lisa daemon does not appear to be running. In order to use the LAN browser the lisa daemon must be installed and actvated by the system administrator." I have enabled the service lisa in control
center/ YaSt2/System/runlevel editor, and it is at the runlevel 3
and 5. If i try to start lisa there the computer froze, i have to
activate it by the SysV-init editor or typing "rclisa start" in a
root terminal. In the SysV-init editor the lisa service appears
enabled at 3 and 5 too. What can i do? I have already checked the dependencies in the software installation and everything seems to be ok.
Tank you very much Paolo.
Ihave honestly to say that I've read and tried the whole messaggeses regarding Lisa and suse 9.0, but no way to make it work.
Please can everybody help me please

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