Subject: Re: wine 0.9.15
To: netbsd.helpSimon Truss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: david aubril <email@example.com>
Date: 07/29/2006 16:53:45
After a while, I tried what you suggested.=20
satellite# netstat -an | grep 631
It gives a all bunch of lines:=20
"c13288c0 stream 0 0 0 c1328840 0 0
I must admit that I don't really know what that means. Just a french
"just ensure that no RPC service is running on 631 and wine will start
working again. note it may be any rpc service, but I was hit twice by
mountd and never had problems since."
I'd love to do that. But how ?
Le Thursday 13 July 2006 =C3=A0 10:10 +0100, Simon Truss a =C3=A9crit :
> Check that nothing is running on port 631
> netstat -an | grep 631
> if it is, then it may be an RPC server like mountd. wine spins 100% busy=20
> when it cannot talk the correct protocol to a print server on this port.
> my FreeBSD rc.conf looks like this:
> mountd_flags=3D"-r -p 635" # note 631 cause wine to make mountd go=20
> just ensure that no RPC service is running on 631 and wine will start=20
> working again. note it may be any rpc service, but I was hit twice by=20
> mountd and never had problems since.