Ed Griffiths wrote:
>> > tar: Member names contain '..'
> > Ne peut enregistrer le service: RPC: incapable d'effectuer la réception;
> > errno = Connexion refusée
> > unable to register (RPC_ACE, RPC_ACE_VERS, udp).
> OK, something is very wrong, the above message suggests that for some reason the
> port is being opened using the udp protocol, not tcp.
>> this may be because:
>> 1) port 20000114 is already in use (look in /etc/services)
>> 2) the operating system has decided that 20000114 is too large a number for the
> port and somehow "wrapped" the number round to a lower number which really is in
> use already.
>> Try a port number between 1024 and 65535 that is not in /etc/services and see if
> that makes a difference.
Thanks for your help, but...
I've tried port 20114, I've checked it is not in /etc/services, I've
edited /etc/rpc /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf,
tried to start gifaceserver manually, and got the same error message
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