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[McIDAS #JAV-781741]: McIDAS-X on Windows or Linux



Hi Kwan,

re:
> Here is the latest on the McIDAS-X installation.  I was able to build
> McIDAS-X without apparent errors.  Next, when I tried to install the ADDE
> (in root), I received the following messages:
> 
> sh ./mcinet2009.sh install mcadde
> mcinet2009: /etc/services: mcidas already set up
> mcinet2009: xinet: Using xinetd.d to set up services
> mcinet2009: /etc/hosts.allow: mcidas already set up
> mcinet2009: /etc/xinetd.d/mcidas: modifying file
> ./mcinet2009.sh: line 714: [: too many arguments
> mcinet2009: WARNING: xinetd not listening
> Try running the script again in a few minutes.

If the file /etc/xinetd.d/mcidas was created, then all you
have to do at this point is stop, stop or restart xinetd:

<as 'root'>
service xinetd restart  <- if xinetd is already running
OR
service xinetd start    <- if xinetd is not running

If you want the remote ADDE interface to run each time the
VM is started, you will need to configure it to do so:

<as 'root'>
chkconfig --add xinetd

Also, if you want to access your remote ADDE server from outside
of your laptop, you will need to make sure that the firewall (iptables)
that is running in your VM allows access through port 112.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: JAV-781741
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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