Socket in V4.24. Help Please!!!!!

Hello! I have many good QNX machines on a network. I had a hard drive crash
and have reinstalled QNX on a new harddrive for this particular machine. All
is well, except, when I start up Socket, I get a “bad value” message for
node$NODE, even those $node43 is listed in the hosts file, along with the
gateway and localhost entries. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I
need to get this machine back on the network!
Chris

Sorry, meant to say node43 exists in the hosts file, not $node43.


“Chris McConnell” <Chris.McConnell@trw.com> wrote in message
news:a6inv1$mpg$1@inn.qnx.com

Hello! I have many good QNX machines on a network. I had a hard drive
crash
and have reinstalled QNX on a new harddrive for this particular machine.
All
is well, except, when I start up Socket, I get a “bad value” message for
node$NODE, even those $node43 is listed in the hosts file, along with the
gateway and localhost entries. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I
need to get this machine back on the network!
Chris

Do you have all the licenses installed on this machine? If you don’t
have 43 or more licenses, you will get this message.

Previously, Chris McConnell wrote in qdn.public.qnx4:

Hello! I have many good QNX machines on a network. I had a hard drive crash
and have reinstalled QNX on a new harddrive for this particular machine. All
is well, except, when I start up Socket, I get a “bad value” message for
node$NODE, even those $node43 is listed in the hosts file, along with the
gateway and localhost entries. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I
need to get this machine back on the network!
Chris

I have over 43 licenses. We run a 90 node network, and all licenses are
installed. Thank you for trying!

Chris


“Hugh Brown” <hsbrown@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:Voyager.020311125007.1956A@node90.ott.qnx.com

Do you have all the licenses installed on this machine? If you don’t
have 43 or more licenses, you will get this message.

Previously, Chris McConnell wrote in qdn.public.qnx4:
Hello! I have many good QNX machines on a network. I had a hard drive
crash
and have reinstalled QNX on a new harddrive for this particular machine.
All
is well, except, when I start up Socket, I get a “bad value” message for
node$NODE, even those $node43 is listed in the hosts file, along with
the
gateway and localhost entries. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I
need to get this machine back on the network!
Chris
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Check to make sure your /etc/hosts file still has an entry for ‘node43’.

“Chris McConnell” <Chris.McConnell@trw.com> wrote in message
news:a6ir6e$ooi$1@inn.qnx.com

I have over 43 licenses. We run a 90 node network, and all licenses are
installed. Thank you for trying!

Chris


“Hugh Brown” <> hsbrown@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> Voyager.020311125007.1956A@node90.ott.qnx.com> …
Do you have all the licenses installed on this machine? If you don’t
have 43 or more licenses, you will get this message.

Previously, Chris McConnell wrote in qdn.public.qnx4:
Hello! I have many good QNX machines on a network. I had a hard drive
crash
and have reinstalled QNX on a new harddrive for this particular
machine.
All
is well, except, when I start up Socket, I get a “bad value” message
for
node$NODE, even those $node43 is listed in the hosts file, along with
the
gateway and localhost entries. Any help would be greatly appreciated,
I
need to get this machine back on the network!
Chris


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