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Old 08-16-2001, 11:56 AM   #1
rafe
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DCOPserver vs DHCP in SuSE


Now where's the smiley that's crying or tearing out it's hair?

I'll try & err on the side of giving too much info.

SuSE 7.1 for everything except DHclient... which I upgraded to 7.2.

We're running a small network with a server running "YP" for the user logins but root is local.

DHCP under 7.1 was stepping on the /etc/resolv.conf file ... I had a look-see on the web & noticed that others were complaining about this for V7.0 & 7.1 but that they stopped for V7.2. In the 6.x versions there was an easy setting change to stop this that reappeared in the 7.2 set. So I upgraded this set of proggies to V7.2. So far so good (well not really but I'm still looking at the docs so maybe later on that).

But when I upgraded DHclient to v7.2 a new problem appeared. Everytime I try to KDE2 user login thru YP I'm getting the error:

"Please check that the dcopserver is running".

I noticed that others posted here a similar problem when they tried to add users but the posted work-around won't work here because I'm not trying to add users... just to login to the network.

OK, I'm a brand-spankin' newbie with too much power & too few brain cells... But in my "quest for hire" this was the job I got... so I'm gonna suck it up & learn. Hey if they can teach Koko to sign then there may be hope for me.
 
Old 08-16-2001, 05:33 PM   #2
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Re: DCOPserver vs DHCP in SuSE

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Originally posted by rafe
Now where's the smiley that's crying or tearing out it's hair?


Have no idea about your questions but there's the smiley you wanted

hope you find an answer

Jamie...
 
Old 08-17-2001, 11:14 AM   #3
rafe
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Talking

lol: i needed that.... the weasels were closing in... i have to keep calm & plugging away... whacking the SuSE CDs with a club is likely to be counterproductive... altho it might feel satisfying

if i find out anything useful (yea right) i'll post...

thanks & as the wise sage Arnold Schwarzenegger said "I'll be back"

ciao
 
  


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