kibenjon Absent Member.
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rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

im a newbie in linux environment. and my setup is Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 with OES 2 SP3. i installed Groupwise 8 and when i reboot my system, i was not able to start groupwise and when i checked rcgrpwise. nothing showed in the list.

pls help me with this. i cant start groupwise immediately.

thanks. ^_^
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buckesfeld Absent Member.
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Re: rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

* kibenjon,

do you have an X server running on the server? If so, start the POA like this:

/opt/novell/groupwise/agents/bin/gwpoa --show @nameofpo.poa &

This will bring up a console of the POA and hopefully reveal the problem.

Uwe

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Re: rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

That would imply that while you have installed GW8 you have yet to
configure it...

Would you start this story again, with more detail plase. Is this a
new instalation with no previous GW in sight or is this a migration.
If the latter how did you do the migration. When you installed the
GW8 how did you achieve this? and also how did you configure the
GroupWise.

Lastly, if you look at /etc/opt/novell/groupwise what do you see?

T

On Tue, 17 May 2011 02:36:02 GMT, kibenjon
<kibenjon@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>im a newbie in linux environment. and my setup is Suse Linux Enterprise
>Server 10 SP3 with OES 2 SP3. i installed Groupwise 8 and when i reboot
>my system, i was not able to start groupwise and when i checked
>rcgrpwise. nothing showed in the list.
>
>pls help me with this. i cant start groupwise immediately.
>
>thanks. ^_^

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kibenjon Absent Member.
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Re: rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

hi tim,

sorry for lacked info. my groupwise is a new installation with no exisiting GW, i just followed what is detailed in the documentation of novell in installation of groupwise.

and when i go to the directory /etc/opt/novell/groupwise.
i saw gwha.conf. and when i run it. from line 2 to 34, command not found.
what shall i do.
thank you very much
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kibenjon Absent Member.
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Re: rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

buckesfeld;2106527 wrote:
* kibenjon,

do you have an X server running on the server? If so, start the POA like this:

/opt/novell/groupwise/agents/bin/gwpoa --show @nameofpo.poa &

This will bring up a console of the POA and hopefully reveal the problem.

Uwe

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Please don't send me support related e-mail unless I ask you to do so.


hi sir,
im very much appreciated for your support, but. i would like to know what is an X server, ive never installed that, and how could i install an X server and what is it for?
thank you sir
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

What you should see in the GWHA.CONF is a list that will have you
domain and PO etc. with paths to where they run. If you remove any IP
addresses from that, would you post what ypu have?

If you run rcgrpwise status What is displayed?

Please check that the path /opt/novell/groupwise/agents has three
directories (bin, lib, share) and in the share folder there is a
domain.mta and a po.poa (where domain is the name of your domain and
po is the name of your po)

Lastly what is the path to the domain and PO?

T

On Wed, 18 May 2011 01:36:02 GMT, kibenjon
<kibenjon@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>hi tim,
>
>sorry for lacked info. my groupwise is a new installation with no
>exisiting GW, i just followed what is detailed in the documentation of
>novell in installation of groupwise.
>
>and when i go to the directory /etc/opt/novell/groupwise.
>i saw gwha.conf. and when i run it. from line 2 to 34, command not
>found.
>what shall i do.
>thank you very much

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buckesfeld Absent Member.
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Re: rcgrpwise wasnt able to start even view its status..

* kibenjon wrote, On 05/18/2011 05:36 AM:
> im very much appreciated for your support, but. i would like to know
> what is an X server, ive never installed that, and how could i install
> an X server and what is it for?


It's the GUI of the server. If you did a default install, you should see a Desktop similar to a Windows desktop after logging into the server.

Uwe

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