Coda File System

Re: error Coda Client Windows 98

From: Juan Carlos Schroeder <jcsc_at_adinet.com.uy>
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 02:20:52 -0300
Sorry. I fixed this. I can now mount the coda drive.

I tried putting the IP of the "rootserver" and the "authserver" instead of
the name in "venus.conf" and it worked.
After that I found that "Name resolution ocassionaly fails for unknown
reasons. The workaround is to name servers in venus.conf by IP addresses".
This was my problem.

Having this fixed I have a doubt. How do I 'clog' to the server? Somewhere
says that 'clog' doesn't work, and it seems it really doesn't work.
When I try to clog it prints:

"Cannot read configuration file
'/coda/usr/shafeeq/misc/win95/dos/etc/venus.conf' ".

I don't know what this is, but is there a way to log in? how could I really
get the files in the server if I can't log?

Thanks,
Juan Carlos


"Juan Carlos Schroeder" <jcsc_at_adinet.com.uy> escribió en el mensaje
news:ccqf0k$fib$1_at_sea.gmane.org...
> Hi:
>
> I've tried to install Coda on Windows 98 and I couldn't.
> The problem is one that (looking at the mailing list) appered to be in
5.3.x
> versions.
> When I start venus, it initializes correctly the LOG, the DATA, the RVM
> data, but then displays the following message:
>
> ***************
> fatal error -- CommInit: no bootstrap server
> RecovTerminate: clean shutdown
> ****************
>
> Somewhere I read there was an error like this in version 5.3.20. The
version
> for Windows 98 (95) apparently is 5.3.12, and this is because the client
> needs to have access to a server to mount /coda (c:\coda).
> I configured the client to connect to the "testserver.coda.cs.cmu.edu"
> server, but this is NOT working and is throwing the previous message.
>
> Is the Windows 98 client working? What should I do to fix this?
>
> Thanks,
> Juan Carlos
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Received on 2004-07-11 01:23:11